We are pleased to be supporting the restoration of the 9th Ward World War I Memorial in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
This bronze and granite memorial, dedicated in 1921, pays honor to the citizens of Pittsburgh's Ninth Ward who fought in WWI. The goddess Victory is portrayed holding a shield to her breast and offering a palm branch, a symbol of victory and peace. Frank Vittor, an Italian-born sculptor, was a prolific artist, creating dozens of statues, fountains, and memorials in Pittsburgh and the surrounding boroughs.
Your generous contribution will help restore this important memorial. Using the button below is directing your contribution specifically to the 9th Ward WWI memorial restoration fund.
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