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Title: Doughboy Statue in Overton Park, Memphis, Tennessee
Other Titles: Memphis, Tennessee Gateway to the South and the West
Keywords: Parks;Soldiers;Bayonets;Sculpture;Hahn, Nancy Coonsman, ca. 1892-1976;Memphis (Tenn.);Postcards;Overton Park (Memphis, Tenn.);Statues
Issue Date: 1938
Series/Report no.: Rhodes College Postcard Collection
Abstract: This 1926 copper sculpture in Overton Park, Memphis, Tennessee depicts an infantryman from World War I or "doughboy," as these soldiers were called. This sculpture created by Nancy Coonsman Hahn was among the most popular type of American memorials to World War I fighting soldiers.
Description: This 3x5 image is included in a postcard folder "Memphis Tennessee The Gateway to the South and West," postmarked 1938.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10267/248
Appears in Collections:Rhodes College Postcard Collection

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