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[Memorial with Statues]

Description: Photograph of a memorial in front of some buildings, possibly in Panama. There's a streetlight just in front of the memorial. The memorial consists several statues on a larger structure and text plaques.
Date: unknown
Partner: Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

[War Memorial]

Description: Photograph of a war memorial composed of statue of soldiers hunkered behind a wall and a rifle balanced on two posts. A forested landscape can be seen in the distance.
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Photograph of Presidential Memorial Museum Doorway]

Description: Photograph of an open doorway leading through to a long hallway with white, wood-paneled walls and beige carpet. Three-dimensional gold lettering above the doorway reads, "Memorial Museum." The bottom half of the walls on either side of the doorway are covered with square terracotta-colored tiles. The hallway has a window towards the end, on the right. In the room beyond the hallway, an American flag is visible hanging from a short flagpole, next to a white circular, decorative column that supports a white interior, decorative eave. Under this eve, a long red curtain hangs, covering an opening.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas Permian Basin

Horse Memorial

Description: Photograph of a memorial for a horse behind a barbed wire fence. Located on the Terry Ranch, part of the larger Warren Livestock Company in Wyoming, the memorial is a pile of large rocks and the sign reads, "Erected to the Memory of Old Blue, The Best Old Cow Pony That Ever Pulled on a Rope by the Cow Punchers of the 7XL Outfit, Rest in Peace and Goodwill".
Date: unknown
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

[Photograph of Memorial Presentation Board]

Description: Photograph of a double-fold cardboard with thick red, white, and blue horizontal stripes created with paper tacked to a presentation board on a metal support frame. There are two color photos on the left side of the board, depicting the National monument in Washington D.C. and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. Four more black and white photos are mounted on the right side of the board, also depicting monuments in Washington D.C. Black text on the left side of the board reads, "Memorials," just to the right of a small, paper, presidential seal with red, white, and blue ribbons hanging from them. A bookcase behind the board is just visible beneath the right side of the board.
Date: unknown
Partner: University of Texas Permian Basin

Anna Hall at Simmons University

Description: Copy negative of the Simmons University Library. Printed beneath the image is, "The Library". In the upper right-hand corner is a photograph of an old military cannon. Printed beneath it is, "University Memorial Cannon".
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Gates Day Memorial Celebration]

Description: Photograph of a memorial celebration in memory of John W. Gates in Port Arthur, TX. A large crowd is milling around a large open park near a building. In the middle of the park is a small gazebo. People are in the gazebo seated. Many of the people are carrying umbrellas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Port Arthur Public Library

[Star Memorial]

Description: Photograph of a monument or landmark created on a hill that is composed of a garden-like area in the shape of a star. A forested area can be seen in the background, and the photo is taken from a high angle.
Date: unknown
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Water fountain memorial 3]

Description: A photograph of a water fountain memorial outside of the Civil Rights Memorial Center in Montgomery, Alabama. The section of the fountain that is visible shows the dates of Jonathan Daniels death, Willie Wallace Brewster's death, the passage of the Voting Rights Act, Oneal Moore's death, Viola Gregg Liuzzo's death, the march from Selma to Montgomery, Rev. James Reeb's death, the Bloody Sunday date, and Jimmie Lee Jackson's death.
Date: March 14, 2013
Creator: University of North Texas. Multicultural Center.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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