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Pacific Coast Garrison Monument

The Pacific Coast Garrison Monument, erected 1897 at San Francisco National Cemetery, is a type of cast zinc (“white bronze”) statuary known as the Union color bearer manufactured by the Monumental Bronze Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut. The foundation is fabricated from units of granite separated by mortar joints, and the

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William McKinley Monument

The William McKinley Monument is a bronze statue atop a granite base located in the Panhandle of Golden Gate Park. The Monument has been subject to recurring graffiti vandalism of multiple media types. The existing anti-graffiti coating was thick and milky-white in appearance, obscuring the color and texture of the

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de la Montanya Monument

The de la Montanya Monument was constructed in 1909 to house the family’s remains. The monument is an ornate, elaborate structure carved from soft Colusa sandstone. Subjected to multiple earthquakes and years of deferred maintenance, the structure had become unsafe and the monument was temporarily shored and enclosed with scaffolding. Functioning

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Lotta’s Fountain

Standing at the corner of Market, Geary, and Kearny Streets in downtown San Francisco, Lotta’s Fountain is the City’s oldest monument. In contrast with many of the San Francisco’s other monuments, Lotta’s Fountain was not given to the City by a politician or wealthy industrialist. Lotta Crabtree, a famous Vaudeville

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Native Sons Monument

The Native Sons Monument, by Douglas Tilden, was unveiled on September 5, 1897 to commemorate California's admission into the Union. The angel that stands at the top of the monument holds an open book, inscribed with the date that California was granted its statehood: September 9, 1850. ARG Conservation Services (ARG/CS)

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William McKinley Monument

McKinley Monument is situated at the east end of the Golden Gate Park Panhandle in San Francisco. The sculpture consists of a bronze figure atop a square granite base that is approximately 6 feet wide and 9 feet tall, with a 13 foot wide square granite base. It is set

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National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Monument

The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (NHDVS) Monument is located at the Los Angeles National Cemetery at 950 South Sepulveda Boulevard. The three-tiered granite obelisk is situated at the cemetery street corners of San Juan Hill Avenue and Buena Vista Avenue. The monument stands about 27 feet high on

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Civil War Soldiers Monument

The Civil War Soldiers Monument is currently located at the Los Angeles National Cemetery at 950 South Sepulveda Boulevard. The cast zinc monument was first erected near the Los Angeles Southern Pacific Railway Station in 1896 and was later moved twice. Its current location is in the center of the

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