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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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Thomas Wolfe Memorial, UNC (Chapel Hill)
Orange County
Bas-relief
May 1, 1969
Railroad Bell, Wilmington
New Hanover County
Bell
Oct. 16, 1964
Robert Lee Doughton, Sparta
Alleghany County
Column
Bust
Jan. 1, 1960
Robert Lee Doughton, Sparta
Alleghany County
Column
Bust
Jan. 1, 1960
Special Warfare Memorial Statue, Fort Bragg
Cumberland County
Common Soldier Statue
Nov. 1, 1969
Major Thomas D. Howie Memorial, Shelby
Cleveland County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1965
North Carolina Memorial at Averasboro Battlefield, Chicora Cemetery, Dunn
Harnett County
Marker
Aug. 18, 1968
South Carolina Memorial at Averasboro Battlefield, Chicora Cemetery, Dunn
Harnett County
Marker
March 20, 1965
Isaac Hammond Memorial, Fayetteville
Cumberland County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1964
Texas Soldiers Monument, Bentonville Battlefield, Four Oaks
Johnston County
Marker
March 21, 1965
Julius Valentine Hofman, Mayesville
Onslow County
Marker
Nov. 11, 1965
Jones County Confederate Dead Monument, Trenton
Jones County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1960
The Regulator Monument, Hillsborough
Orange County
Plaque
April 1, 1963
Jefferson Davis Plaque, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Plaque
(ca. 1960)
Fourth of July Plaque, Winston-Salem
Forsyth County
Plaque
July 4, 1966
Old Hickory Tavern, Hickory
Catawba County
Sculpture
Jan. 1, 1960
Airborne Trooper Statue, Fayettevile
Cumberland County
Statue
Sept. 23, 1961
Robert Lester Blackwell Monument, Roxboro
Person County
Statue
Nov. 11, 1965
Clay County Veterans Memorial, Hayesville
Clay County
War Memorial
Jan. 1, 1960
U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship Memorial, Wilmington
New Hanover County
War Memorial
April 29, 1962
Armed Forces from Clyde Township, Clyde
Haywood County
Weaponry
May 15, 1965