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"Red Stone Boulder" and Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., August 2, 2015
"Red Stone Boulder" and Marker
Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — "Red Stone Boulder"

Formed During The Glacial Period 4'6" High x 31' Circumference x 10' Thick Approximate Weight: 17 Ton Removed From The Roadway of Old Highway 34 East of Red Oak, Iowa July 3, 1985

Boulder and Plaque Placed Here For All To . . . — Map (db m87828) HM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — George H. Hawkins Memorial In Memory Of Rainbow Division World War I

Died in Prium, Germany, December 25, 1918 — Map (db m87938) HM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Iowa National Guard Memorial 1879 - 1979 Red Oak

To Honor All Who Served — Map (db m87967) WM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Korean War Memorial June 25, 1950 July 27, 1953

Dedicated to the men and women of Montgomery county who served in the Armed Forces of the United States during the Korean War

[Roll of Honored Dead] Henry M. Bailey KIA 2 Nov 1950

Sidney J. Botts KIA 15 Oct . . . — Map (db m87934) WM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Mr. Richard H. Simpson
. . . — Map (db m87870) HM
Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Red Oak Depot CB & Q Railroad 1903

has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m87839) HM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Red Oak Firehouse 1898

This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior ————————— R.O.F.D. - Circa 1898 Horse Drawn Fire Wagon . . . — Map (db m87831) HM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Red Oak Public Library 1909 Iowa Historic Site

This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places ————————— The gift of Andrew Carnegie — Map (db m87830) HM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Thomas D. Murphy Company World War Memorial

In grateful memory of the two long time employees of the Thos. D. Murphy Co. who gave their lives in the Great War for Humanity

Henry Fall Killed in Action, March 9, 1918

Maurice Stephenson Killed in Action, July 27, . . . — Map (db m87965) HM WM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — Vietnam Veterans Memorial 1961 - 1975

Dedicated to the men and women of Montgomery County who served in the Armed Forces of the United States during the Vietnam War

[Roll of Honored Dead] Albion Joe Bergantzel KIA 28 Feb 1971

Dannie Leon Bird KIA 14 Jan . . . — Map (db m87922) WM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — World War II Memorial

Dedicated to the Men of Red Oak and Vicinity who gave their lives in World War II

[Roll of Honored Dead] — Map (db m87924) HM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Red Oak — World War Memorial In Memoriam

Montgomery Co. World War Heroes Who Died In Service

William Bryan Ackles Edward Barnes Oscar L. Benson Andrew J. Brown Frank R. Brown Estey Harold Brownlee John Bruce Marion R. Campbell Paul Denlinger Henry H. Fall . . . — Map (db m87867) WM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Stanton — Birth Place of Virginia Christine, Folgers Coffee Mrs. Olsen Stanton, Iowa "The Little White City"

[World's Largest Coffee Pot]

125 ft. tall - 640,000 cups or 40,000 gal. Pot is 36 ft. high - 20 ft. wide Spout is 10 ft. deep Handle is 15 ft. high — Map (db m87968) HM

Iowa (Montgomery County), Villisca — Company "F" Memorial Park Veterans Memorial 2nd Battalion 168th Infantry Regiment 34th Division

Dedicated to all veterans who served our nation at the time of war and peace

Dedicated 11 November 2001 "By Grateful Citizens" — Map (db m87170) WM


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