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Dedicated in honor of all who served in the Armed Forces We must always remember it is because of their sacrifices that we enjoy our freedom today —————————— This monument is dedi…
Born in Waverly on Sept. 24, 1903, she co-founded Beech Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas, in 1932, with her husband Walter Beech. She played a vital role in the company and after his death in 1950, she led Beech Aircraft Corporation, until her …
In Memory of First Lieutenant William T. Fitzsimons, M.D. 1889 - 1917 Born in Burlington on April 18, 1889, Dr. Fitzsimons spent his childhood here, then graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 1912. Shortly after World War …
Dedicated in memory of those who gave their lives during WWII Tom G. Buchtel, PFC. Infantry France, June 12, 1944 Nolan E. Dressler, Lt. U.S. [Army] Air Force Austria, April 12, 1944 William Edwards, Jr., PFC. Infantry Germany, March 7, 1945 Nobl…
First brick school building Erected 1907 Methodist Church Est. 1884 Baptist Church Est. 1889 Evan and Walter Jones Jail · Miller House · Depot
Marion Ellett Budd was a country printer who ranked with the best craftsmen in the printing industry. Most Easy came to Burlington on Sept. 1st, 1877. His Runt Park, as he called his place in Burlington, attracted thousands of curiosity seekers …
Born in the tribal town, Tuckabatchee, Alabama, in the late 1700s, Upper Creek Leader Opothleyahola demonstrated leadership as a youth, was later cited by three Presidents for his enduring struggle to win freedom for his people. Forced from Alab…
Memorial to those who served to protect our freedom [Honor Roll of Veterans]
In honor of the men and women who serve to protect our freedom Flag poles in memory of Rose Marie (Lane) Beyer 1925 - 2002
[Mural highlighting local history]