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Postcard - Liberty Memorial by night, Kansas City, Mo

Max Bernstein, Kansas City, Mo (publisher)1921/1940

Kansas City Museum

Kansas City Museum
Kansas City, United States

Postcard with a view of Liberty Memorial in Kansas City. The site was dedicated in 1921 as a monument commemorating victory in World War I.

The back of the post card reads, "The Liberty memorial is Kansas City's tribute to its citizens who gave their lives in the service of American during the World War. Designed by Harold Van Buren Magonigle, the great stone monument occupies a commanding site on Memorial Hill overlooking the Union Station. From its great shaft, rising over 300 feet above the surrounding city, a pillar of fire buns brightly at night.

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  • Title: Postcard - Liberty Memorial by night, Kansas City, Mo
  • Creator: Max Bernstein, Kansas City, Mo (publisher)
  • Date Created: 1921/1940

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