Big chair.

Giant Chair of 9/11

Field review by the editors.

Warren, Ohio

This is an iimpressive wooden chair, maybe 20 feet tall. It's been a landmark for years, and appears, after the fact, to have been converted into a 9/11 memorial. The chair is now red, white, and blue; an eagle has been painted on the headboard; "God Bless America" has been squeezed onto the seat, and a "We Will Never Forget" 9/11 banner hung between its legs.

It looks to be an exact duplicate of the big chair in Austinburg, Ohio -- with the addition of the patriotic paint.

Giant Chair of 9/11

James Outdoor Showcase

4118 Parkman Rd NW, Warren, OH
James Outdoor Showcase. West edge of town. On the north side of US Hwy 422/Parkman Rd NW, just east of its intersection with Hwy 82/5. Stands among a parking lot display of outdoor sheds.
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