A gigantic map of all the cool plaques in the world. A project of 99% Invisible.

Edwin D. Lisherness

  • bench

Gina De Sousa, LCSW

  • bench

Ardis Helen McKee

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Jack & Julie O'Hara

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Steven Morgenstern

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Alma A. Ridout

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Arthur S. Friedman and Florence R. Friedman

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Bonnie Fish

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Lawreen Li Yang

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Elizabeth M. Yang

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Sabrina Sophia Harris

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Ann W. Johnson

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Arizona H. Wickware and Vera Means- Silverman

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Tillie Blackman

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Lawrence Sui Nap Yip

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Margaret Sardell Bezaitis

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Alfred Leroy Jr

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John Paul Edwards

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Anchor Park

This hand-forged anchor exhibited here stands as a testimonial to the men and ships that sailed this area providing important links of trade and communication to world markets.The anchor came from ...

This hand-forged anchor exhibited here stands as a testimonial to the men and ships that sailed this area providing important links of trade and communication to world markets.The anchor came from ...

  • nanaimo
  • canada
  • bc
  • anchor
  • coal

Boronia Shoppingtown

BORONIA SHOPPINGTOWN  WAS OFFICIAL OPENED BY  THE HON. R. J. HAMER, E.D., M.P.,  PREMIER OF VICTORIA  ON MONDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER, 1973. Submitted by @oldshopsoz

BORONIA SHOPPINGTOWN  WAS OFFICIAL OPENED BY  THE HON. R. J. HAMER, E.D., M.P.,  PREMIER OF VICTORIA ON MONDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER, 1973. Submitted by @oldshopsoz

  • mall
  • shoppingtown

Krutch Park

Krutch Park is the legacy of Charles Krutch, the last survivor of an eccentric and talented family. When they first arrived in Knoxville in the 1850's the proud German clan spelled their name Krütsch ...

Krutch Park is the legacy of Charles Krutch, the last survivor of an eccentric and talented family. When they first arrived in Knoxville in the 1850's the proud German clan spelled their name ...

  • knoxville
  • park
  • downtown

The Everly Brothers

Cradle of Country Music Tour In the 1950s, this building was home to the WROL-AM studios. The Everly Brothers performed here until they left the station in a dispute with Cas Walker, the station's ...

Cradle of Country Music Tour In the 1950s, this building was home to the WROL-AM studios. The Everly Brothers performed here until they left the station in a dispute with Cas Walker, the station's ...

  • knoxville
  • cradle of count...
  • country music
  • music
  • radio staion
  • chet atkins

Knoxville's Old Custom House / Fiddlin’ Bob Taylor

Cradle of Country Music Tour You are standing in front of Knoxville's first federal building, the Old Custom House (1874). The Custom House originally housed the federal court, excise offices, post ...

Cradle of Country Music Tour You are standing in front of Knoxville's first federal building, the Old Custom House (1874). The Custom House originally housed the federal court, excise offices, post ...

  • knoxville
  • cradle of count...
  • country music
  • music
  • museum
  • tva
  • governor
  • politics

Death of General William P. Sanders

Death of General William P. Sanders November 19, 1863 U.S. General William P. Sanders died in the bridal suite of this building which was the Lamar House hotel at the time of the Civil War. On the ...

Death of General William P. Sanders November 19, 1863 U.S. General William P. Sanders died in the bridal suite of this building which was the Lamar House hotel at the time of the Civil War. On ...

  • knoxville
  • civil war
  • cemetery
  • funeral

Staub's Theatre

Built on this spot by Peter Staub, native of Switzerland, and opened October 1, 1872. In excellence and popularity it rivaled theatres of New Orleans and Richmond. Adolph Ochs, later publisher of New ...

Built on this spot by Peter Staub, native of Switzerland, and opened October 1, 1872. In excellence and popularity it rivaled theatres of New Orleans and Richmond. Adolph Ochs, later publisher of New ...

  • knoxville
  • theatre
  • switzerland
  • adolph ochs
  • new york times