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To show our appreciation to the U.S. military men and women, past, present and future, for their sacrifices, dedication and service to our country.
Locomotive 488 was built July 1906, in Pittsburgh, Pa. In 1925, it underwent major changes in Pittsburg, Ks. and changed to Locomotive 1023. Track was laid and locomotive was installed in Schlanger Park on September 17, 1955, after the city had pu…
This Flag symbolizesLiberty and Justice for all.
The John F. Derby Post No. 43Frontenac American Legion is proudto display and maintain this flagfor all those who died defending itand those who live under it.
November 11, 2012
Veterans of the Armed Forces[Honor Roll]
To the Glory of Godandin honor ofmembers of theFirst Christian Churchwho served their countryin time of need
In Memory of the Fallen
In Memory of SoldiersWar of 1861-65.
Built for the enjoyment of allthe citizens of PittsburgDedicated on June 8th 1999.
Dr. Paul Bannon Leffler practiced medicine in Pittsburg from 1945 to 1977.He lived the Rotary Motto"Service Above Self"
This tablet marks theintersection of theOld Military Road of 1837with presentState Highway Number 57
With the vision of universal freedomfor all mankindthis tree is dedicated toCol. William H. Nelsonand allPrisoners of WarandMissing in Action