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Atchison County Memorial Building


The Atchison County Memorial Building was constructed in 1919 with support from the Missouri General Assembly to serve as a lasting memorial to WWI veterans. The building is still supported by the Atchison County Memorial Building Foundation who provides funds and services in support of the memorial. 

Adjacent to the Memorial Building is a memorial plaza and Walk of Honor that commemorates the service of all Atchison County Veterans. They Atchison County Memorial Foundation still accept bricks for the walk of honor in memory of an Atchison County, Missouri veteran. 

Contribute to Mapping Monuments and Memorials in Missouri

We need your help. If you live in, or frequently travel through the state of Missouri, and come across, or know of a monument or memorial to WWI service members, please contact us and tell us where we can find it. We will then send one of our staff to take photographs and gather needed information.

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You can also take the photographs yourself and submit them to us (no cell phones please). Please submit your information by clicking on the submit link below. We look forward to seeing what you find!