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Interest Revived in Kansas Designer's Long-Lost War Memorial Arch
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TitleInterest Revived in Kansas Designer's Long-Lost War Memorial Arch
AbstractPhotos and article about the Rosedale Arch, "restored and rededicated after nearly three decades of neglect and obscurity atop a Rosedale [part of Kansas City, Kansas] hill commanding a dramatic view of the Kansas City skyline." Description of the arch, "built in the early 1920s [1923] as a memorial to World War I servicemen" above 7th Street and Southwest Boulevard and designed by architect and World War I veteran John LeRoy Marshall, or John Marshall, modeled after the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
AuthorWilliam E. Dye
Location051 S62
Local SubjectRosedale Arch
Rosedale, Kansas
World War I
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID121515
CONTENTdm number18304
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