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Centennial Plaza - Comanche, Oklahoma image, Touch for more information
By Jerome W Walker, November 3, 2019
Centennial Plaza - Comanche, Oklahoma
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Comanche — In Dedication To Those Who Served
In dedication to those who served in the defense of our nation and in the Armed Forces of the United States 1776 - 1976 Council Members Jim Sanders Louise Lindsey Grady McCord John Hodges — Map (db m142695) WM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Duty, Honor and Country
Dedicated to the men and women of the Armed Forces who served their country honorably and who so nobly gave their lives for our country's freedom World War I Nathaniel H. Adair ∙ Henry A. Bibles ∙ Frank Bibles . . . — Map (db m57782) WM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Erle P. Halliburton1892-1957 — An Uncommon Man —
Side 1 - "Erected 1993 in memory of a man who left an indelible impression on Duncan and Stephens County. He touched the lives of many people not only as the county's largest employer but as a perpetually inquisitive person whose technical . . . — Map (db m58430) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Halliburton
Main Marker: Halliburton Incorporated July 1, 1924 Leading the Industry - Worldwide Duncan and Halliburton Have Served Each Other For 80 Years Looking to a Great Future

Small Inset: This Halliburton rig was erected . . . — Map (db m58741) HM

Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Indian Base LineDedicated to Oklahoma Pioneers and Our Revolutionary Ancestors
Initial Point was established by the U.S. government in 1870. All Oklahoma except the Panhandle was then divided into townships North and South and ranges East and West of Initial Point. The Indian Base Line is two-tenths of a mile south of . . . — Map (db m58059) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Lest We Forget
These veterans died so that we Americans could worship God in our own way and preserve our great heritage "Freedom" V.F.W. Post 1192 John "Steve" Brodie — Map (db m57692) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Memorial Park
Sponsored by American War Dads Duncan Chapter No. 7 1946 Dedicated to the memory of those who served — Map (db m57885) WM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Persian Gulf, Afghanistan & Iraq War Memorial
We honor the men and women of the United States Armed Forces for their efforts to let freedom reign in the Persian Gulf War, Afghanistan, and Iraq. "You can only protect your liberties in this world by protecting the other man's freedom. . . . — Map (db m57651) WM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — POW-MIAYou Are Not Forgotten
Dedicated to the Prisoners of War and those Missing in Action. Whose supreme sacrifice helped to keep our nation free. Turn you to the stronghold. Ye prisoners of hope: even today do I declare that I will render double unto thee. . . . — Map (db m58867) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Duncan — Vietnam War1964 - 1973
(center panel) May we then hold a tender thought, they would not wish that we be sad; but cherish that for which they fought, and gave up all on earth they had. (left panel) James R. Rutledge • Robert E. Craythorne • Cecil D. . . . — Map (db m59223) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Marlow — Marlow Brothers Hideout
The Marlow family's experiences are worthy legends of the old west. When they settled here during the peak of the cattle drives, this location was ideal for recovering cattle lost among the thickets and dense cross timber woods that covered the . . . — Map (db m144837) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Marlow — On the Chisholm Trail
You are standing on the site of the largest movement of animals in history. While the big cattle drives over the Chisholm Trail began in early 1868 and lasted only slightly more than a decade, eight million Longhorn cattle followed the trail . . . — Map (db m143733) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Marlow — Redbud Chapel
At the turn of the last century, families from Marlow had to travel many miles to celebrate mass every six weeks. Because of the muddy trails, even horses and buggies had problems negotiating the roads, making the trip approximately three hours in . . . — Map (db m144458) HM
Oklahoma (Stephens County), Marlow — The Marlow Brothers“Riding ‘neath the Oklahoma moon”
Born along the Chisholm Trail and on the banks of Wildhorse Creek, the legend of the Marlow family and the five Marlow brothers has been proven to be more fact than fiction. Dr. Williamson Marlow and his wife, Martha Jane, a relative of . . . — Map (db m143018) HM

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