Tuesday, November 12, 2019
documenting Aurora Cenotaph in the Town of Aurora During Victoria Day

Cenotaph in the Town of Aurora During Victoria Day

Town of Aurora Cenotaph during Victoria Day, May 18, 2015.

Town of Aurora Cenotaph, a memorial tower built in 1925, to recognize those who fought during the war and did not return home. The tower stands on the land once owned by William Graham, who fought with the British during the American Revolution. Aurora War Memorial Peace Park, Veterans’ Lane, Town of Aurora, Ontario.

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