ITALIAN WWI MEMORIAL DEDICATION - 1932 More than 50,000 gather in Rome to witness the dedication of a beautiful WW I monument to Italy’s 32,000 war dead. Crown Prince Umberto and Premier Benito Mussolini are among those presiding over the ceremony.
WRIGHT BROTHERS NATIONAL MONUMENT - 1932 An impressive 150-foot granite pylon is dedicated to the Wright Brothers on the site of their first flight at Kill Devil Hills, N.C. Orville Wright is on hand for the memorial ceremony.
Date: March 2, 1932 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:47:00, No Audio
CHRIST THE REDEEMER STATUE IN BRAZIL - 1932 Gorgeous aerials of the Christ the Redeemer statue erected on the peak of Corcodovo mountain in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. The impressive monument stands 130 feet tall and weighs 700 tons.
SURESNES AMERICAN CEMETERY MEMORIAL - 1930 A Memorial Day parade honors the soldiers buried at Suresnes American Cemetery sometimes called "the Arlington of France." The cemetery on the outskirts of Paris is a place of unsurpassing beauty with its white cross grave markers and eternal flame monument.
TRANSPORTATION PARADE & HORATIO ALLEN MONUMENT - 1929 In Pennsylvania, onlookers watch a parade of the evolving means of transportation. Mrs. Lewis, granddaughter of railroad engineer Horatio Lewis, unveils a monument commemorating his memory. Model of the Stourbridge Lion locomotive circa 1929.
EDGAR ALLAN POE MONUMENT CORRECTED - 1930 A monument to Edgar Allan Poe in Baltimore's Wyman Park is the center of attention after resident Edmond Fontaine chiseled an incorrect letter off the monument. Mr. Fontaine narrowly escaped a jail sentence over his good deed but is glad the monument now stands corrected.
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