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Name Liberty Memorial

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Image of 1920.1.262 - Poster

1920.1.262 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Lest the Ages Forget Artist: Fred Craft, signed Date: c. 1919-1920 Size: 27 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches (70.5 x 49.5 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Memorial Association Medium: Lithograph Poster, Kansas City, Missouri & Liberty Memorial Related Inscription: Lest the ages forget / Kansas City's 400 boys who gave their lives in the World War / The Liberty WAR MEMORIAL

Image of 1920.1.266 - Poster

1920.1.266 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Keep the Home Fires Burning Artist: J.G. Stephenson / Holland Engraving Company, Kansas City, Missouri Date: 1919 Size: 27 3/4 x 20 inches (70.5 x 50.8 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Memorial Association Medium: Lithograph, printed by Ackermann-Quuigley Lithograph Company, Kansas City, Missouri Poster, Kansas City, Missouri & Liberty Memorial Related Inscription: Kansas City / Keep the Home Fires Burning / Help Kansas City's Poor and Unfortunate / Allied Local Charities with Liberty Memorial Campaign / October 27 - November 1

Image of 1920.1.267 - Poster

1920.1.267 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Keep the Home Fires Burning Artist: J.G. Stephenson / Holland Engraving Company, Kansas City, Missouri Date: 1919 Size: 27 3/4 x 20 inches (70.5 x 50.8 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Memorial Association Medium: Lithograph, printed by Ackermann-Quuigley Lithograph Company, Kansas City, Missouri Poster, Kansas City, Missouri & Liberty Memorial Related Inscription: Kansas City / Keep the Home Fires Burning / Help Kansas City's Poor and Unfortunate / Allied Local Charities with Liberty Memorial Campaign / November 11-18

Image of 1920.1.268 - Poster

1920.1.268 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Liberty War Memorial Artist: Anonymous Date: c. 1919-20 Size: 40 3/4 x 26 5/8 inches (105 x 68.3 cm) Issuing Agency: Allied Charities Fund / Liberty Memorial Association Medium: Lithograph, printed by Ackermann-Quigley Litho. Co., KCMO Poster, Kansas City, Missouri & Liberty Memorial Related Inscription: LIBERTY WAR MEMORIAL / WHAT IS IT? / Kansas City's tribute to her sons who went forth to battle for us, and especially those 400 who gave their lives in the cause of liberty / WHY SHOULD I GIVE? / Because the Liberty Memorial should be a testimonial of gratittude from every Kansas Citian / ALLIED CHARITIES FUND / WHAT IS IT?

Image of 1927.19.0 - Poster

1927.19.0 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Kansas City Soldier Dead Artist: S. Nelson Androus Date: c. 1923 Size: 37 1/3 x 29 3/4 inches (96 x 75.6 cm) Issuing Agency: Medium: original watercolor on parchment Inscription: Kansas City War Dead / (list of Men who died 1916-1918)

Image of 1948.2.1 - Album, Photograph

1948.2.1 - Album, Photograph

Photo album (1948.2.1) that was compiled by G. Gifford Symes who was the supervising engineer for 2 years during the construction of the Liberty Memorial in the early 1920's. Contains 275 images and 53 pages. Some pages include newspaper clippings and programs. Images are individually scanned and catalogued. They are numbered 1948.2.1.1-.275.

Image of 1977.13.9 - Poster

1977.13.9 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Artist: Anonymous Date: n.d. Size: 27 1/2 x 19 1/4 inches (49 x 70 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Memorial Association Medium: Lithograph, printer unknown Poster, Kansas City, Missouri & Liberty Memorial Related Inscription: Lest the ages forget / 'We Are the Dead' / THE SONS OF KANSAS CITY WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE (six columns of names) / Pay your tribute to their memory / Enroll yourself among the builders of the / LIBERTY WAR MEMORIAL / Oct. 27 - Nov. 1

Image of 1983.35.7 - Poster

1983.35.7 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Liberty Memorial Allied Charities Artist: Anonymous Date: c. 1919 Size: 8 7/8 x 6 inches (22.5 x 15.2 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Memorial Associaiton Medium: Inscription: Subscriber to / LIBERTY MEMORIAL / Allied Charities

1983.35.8 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Liberty Memorial Allied Charities Artist: Anonymous Date: c. 1919 Size: 8 7/8 x 6 inches (22.5 x 15.2 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Memorial Associaiton Medium: Inscription: Subscriber to / LIBERTY MEMORIAL / Allied Charities

Image of 2000.45.3 - Poster

2000.45.3 - Poster

Country of Origin: America Title: Liberty Memorial Allied Charities Artist: Anonymous Date: c. 1919 Size: 8 7/8 x 6 inches (22.5 x 15.2 cm) Issuing Agency: Liberty Memorial Associaiton Medium: Inscription: Subscriber to / LIBERTY MEMORIAL / Allied Charities

Image of 2002.50.43 - Program

2002.50.43 - Program

Full transription of text follows: PROGRAM of the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Liberty Memorial Kansas City, Missouri Sunday Afternoon, November 9, 1924 Two forty-five o'clock PROGRAM BAND CONCERT of patriotic airs, including "The Old Kit Bag", "Keep the Home Fires Burning", and concluding with "The Long, Long Trail". NOTE: Aeroplanes under command of Lt. Isaiah Davis will fly over the site for 30 minutes-beginning at 2:15 P.M., at the mininum altitude for safety, with respect particularly to the massed people on the ground; aeroplanes to leave the site upon the firing of the two guns opening the program. SALUTE of two guns opening the program, to be followed by Boy Scout

Image of 1976.305.7 - Clip, Money

1976.305.7 - Clip, Money

Money clip with Liberty Memorial emblem on front. Brass colored clip.

Image of 1977.16.8 - Medal

1977.16.8 - Medal

Liberty Memorial medal. Inscription on front: Liberty Memorial / Kansas City MO Inscription on back: To forever perpetuate the courage, loyalty and sacrifice of the patriots who offered and who gave their services, their lives and their all, in defense of liberty and the nations honor during the World War / Souvenir Dedication of Site / Liberty memorial / 1921