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Memorializing Memorials

May 23 2011
Instructions
Photo, SC_World War II Memorial Grate (double star), 2006, catface3, Flickr

Visiting a national memorial? Take a picture! It's a tourist tradition, but what do these photos say about the memorials and monuments themselves, and about how we approach them? Look at these photos, and choose the monument they capture.


  1. Photo, Sept. 19, 2007, Still Burning, Flickr
    A.

    Jefferson Memorial

    B.

    FDR Memorial

    C.

    World War II Memorial

    D.

    Lincoln Memorial


  2. Photo, Apr. 29, 2008, chriswatkins, Flickr
    A.

    Washington Monument

    B.

    Lincoln Memorial

    C.

    George Mason Memorial

    D.

    World War II Memorial


  3. Photo, DSCF4304, Apr. 2, 2008, joelogon, Flickr
    A.

    World War II Memorial

    B.

    Navy Memorial

    C.

    FDR Memorial

    D.

    George Mason Memorial


  4. Photo, senior-trip-2009-73, Apr. 18, 2009, jiyoungle, Flickr
    A.

    FDR Memorial

    B.

    World War II Memorial

    C.

    Navy Memorial

    D.

    Marine Corps War Memorial