|Title||Plaque of George Washington|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Black and white photograph of a memorial plaque on the wall located in old Kent High School located on Central Ave. Square plaque [perhaps stone or plaster] depicts George Washington seated on a horse on rocky ground with a wheeled cannon in the background [a battlefield?]. On the bottom center of frame of plaque there is a metal plate which reads "Class of 26." There is a half-circle painting above plaque depicting a winter scene with soldiers and horses on snowy ground next to a frozen river and bare trees covered in snow. Mountains or hills in background. In the bottom right corner of the painting there is a rectangle in which "Class of 26" is printed.|
|Credit Line||White River Valley Museum Collection, Gift of R.L. Polski.|
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