#MemorialDay West End Avenue becomes 11th and at 54th street De Witt Clinton Park 5.83 acres overlooking the Hudson.
Clinton War Memorial Doughboy Sculptor: Burt W. Johnson Architect: Harvey W. Corbett Description: Standing figure (over life size) with integral plinth, on pedestal Materials: Bronze, North Jay granite Dimensions: H: 12' W: 4'8" D: 4'8" Cast: ca. 1927 Dedicated: November 11, 1929 Donor: Clinton District Memorial Association.
Inscription: Pedestal front: FROM 'FLANDERS FIELDS' / IF YE BREAK FAITH / WITH THOSE WHO DIED / WE SHALL NOT SLEEP / THOUGH POPPIES GROW / ON FLANDERS FIELDS /
Pedestal rear: DEDICATED / NOVEMBER 11, 1929 / BY COMRADES AND FRIENDS / UNDER THE AUSPICES OF / CLINTON DISRTICT MONUMENT / ASSOCIATION AS A MEMORIAL / TO THE YOUNG FOLK OF THIS NEIGHBORHOOD / WHO GAVE THEIR ALL IN THE WORLD WAR /
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