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Eastport, New York: World War I Monument: Globe Strutting Doughboy

An old concrete monument, recently repainted, depicts an World War I soldier striding across the northern hemisphere with an American flag.

390 Montauk Hwy, Eastport, NY
In front of Eastport Elementary School. Public, though on school grounds.
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Doughboy on World.

Doughboy On Top Of The World

World War 1 doughboy with cement American flag on top of the world, with golden eagle head. Memorial to fallen WW 1 veterans in front of Eastport Elementary school.

[Chris Harmon, 08/06/2014]

Looks freshly painted.

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