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From: "Sharon Workman" <>
Subject: Re: [BS-L] Where is this monument?
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2002 18:41:16 -0400
References: <00da01c21b05$19adc440$b93800d0@jerryiii>


Peg,
That's a good puzzle. Can you describe that a little more? How big is that
monument? How high?

Is there any way you can post it? Scan it in, maybe send it to me by email,
and I could post it for you on my site?

I love a challenge, and that sounds like a good one!

Sharon
IBSSG
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peg" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, June 23, 2002 6:27 PM
Subject: [BS-L] Where is this monument?


> I was fortunate in receiving a whole bunch of pictures of my family (some
of
> which I hadn't seen). There is one that I am trying to place that would
have
> been taken about 1947. It's at a monument. It appears to be on a balcony.
> There is a flat wall ending on a round section. The names of the states
are
> on the sides of both sections. On the top there is a man who looks at
first
> glance like a Civil War soldier but the more I look, the more I'm not
sure.
> He has a small boy standing beside him. There are other figures there
> because I can see a hand by the man's knee and by his foot. Does this
sound
> familiar to anyone? I was there because I'm in the picture but since I was
> only about 1 1/2 I don't remember it.
>
> Peg IBSSG
>
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