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The Avenue of Remembrance monument is a large stone, about six feet high that sits in front of the library. It has the following inscription:

 The Avenue of Remembrance
 A tribute to the men and women of the
 world war from the American Legion Auxiliary
 To Charleston Post No 10
 In this labor of love
 the American Legion Auxiliary
 was assisted by
 patriotic citizens and
 Organizations of Charleston, Dedicated on March 10th., 1923
 Memorial Avenue Committee
 American Legion Auxiliary
 (Names Listed)

(The inscription is in capital letters. Source: the monument itself.)

"Along the Avenue of Remembrance and on Summerall Field (parade ground), memorial trees honor the memory of Citadel graduates killed in action. A small plaque by each tree gives the name of each graduate so honored." (Source: The Guidon 1998-1999, p. 134.)

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