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Liberty Gardens- 9/11 Memorial
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member teachingkris
N 41° 36.414 W 081° 28.386
17T E 460578 N 4606240
Quick Description: Nestled in between the business on Euclid Avenue, a quaint park, Liberty Gardens, sits to honor all those who have fought and served our country, especially those on September 11th, 2001.
Location: Ohio, United States
Date Posted: 12/14/2009 8:59:03 AM
Waymark Code: WM7WNN
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Math Teacher
Views: 6

Long Description:
There are 3 different plaques displayed at this location. The first (on the left) honors those who were serving on that day and is inscribed with the names of local city officials and businesses who helped make this memorial possible. The middle one honors the painting, The Spirit of '76 and describes its significance to modern times. The third (on the right) honors all those who lost their lives on September 11th, 2001.
Private or Public Monument?: Government

Text on the memorial:
Right side plaque reads: Dedicated to those who served so bravely on September 11, 2001 Thomas W. Ruffner- Mayor William R. Reid, Sr- Council President Sherry Koski- Council-at-large David J. Krych- Council-at-large Gordon F. Levar- Council Ward 1 Matthew C. Jaworski- Council Ward 3 Edward C. Matyja- Council Ward 2 Gregor P. Okicki- Council Ward 4 Darryl H. Crossman- Director of Public Service Stanley C. Barwidi- Parks and Buildings Foreman Mike Palgut- Project Coordinator Thomas W. Theilman- Economic Development Director CT Consultants, Inc. J. Carroscia, Inc. Yanesh Bros. Construction Co., Inc. Northcoast Memorials Wickliffe Service Department September 2003 Middle plaque reads: The Spirit of ’76 is one of America’s best-known paintings and is famous for its iconic image of well-earned American pride and confidence. These characteristics embodied all Americans after the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. Archibold M. Willard’s Painting (Circa 1876) has particular importance to the city of Wickliffe. Two of the models that posed for the painting lived in Wickliffe and became famous Ohioans in their own right. These models were Henry R. Devereux (The Boy Drummer) and Hugh Moser (the Fifer). It is in the spirit of heroism that we honor all those who serve this country with bravery, pride, and confidence. Left side plaque reads: In Memory of our Fellow Americans who lost their lives on September 11, 2001


Date of Dedication: Not listed

Name of organization that built the memorial: Not listed

Physical address of memorial: Not listed

Additional coordinates: Not Listed

Website for more information: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
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