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Dewey Monument


"Remembering George Dewey"

In the heart of Union Square, the imposing Dewey Monument remains a major landmark of the west coast city. Nearly everyone visiting San Francisco stops by this arresting work of public art, which commemorates Admiral George Dewey, the Spanish-American War martyr. Built in the year 1903, it was inaugurated by the then president Theodore Roosevelt who dedicated the memorial to the triumph of George Dewey's army over the Spanish army at Manila Bay of Philippines during the late 19th-century war. The monument was built to the designs of Newton J. Tharp and sculpted by Robert I. Aitken.
333 Post Street, San Francisco, CA, United States, 94108
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"Remembering George Dewey"
In the heart of Union Square, the imposing Dewey Monument remains a major landmark of the west coast city. Nearly everyone visiting San Francisco stops by this arresting work of public art, which commemorates Admiral George Dewey, the Spanish-American War martyr. Built in the year 1903, it was inaugurated by the then president Theodore Roosevelt who dedicated the memorial to the triumph of George Dewey's army over the Spanish army at Manila Bay of Philippines during the late 19th-century war. The monument was built to the designs of Newton J. Tharp and sculpted by Robert I. Aitken.
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