“That American doughboy rising out of high grass to meet an attack by Charlotte skyscrapers isn't really in much danger. He rests securely in a plot next to Park Center, a memorial to the American Soldier of World War I.” 1962
“That American doughboy rising out of high grass to meet an attack by Charlotte skyscrapers isn't really in much danger. He rests securely in a plot next to Park Center, a memorial to the American Soldier of World War I.” 1962 Don Sturkey The Charlotte Observer
“That American doughboy rising out of high grass to meet an attack by Charlotte skyscrapers isn't really in much danger. He rests securely in a plot next to Park Center, a memorial to the American Soldier of World War I.” 1962 Don Sturkey The Charlotte Observer
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