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Image of 2014.008.005.A,B - Program

2014.008.005.A,B - Program

On Memorial Day, May 25, 1992, the Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery. It included plaques for the three Anacortes men who died in that conflict - Darwin H. Engman, Russell Cranston Hibler, and Gordon W. Logan, Jr. This program includes background on the memorial, a map of the area, contributors to the memorial, and the dedication ceremony. A reception followed at St. Mary Center.

Image of 2014.008.006.A,B - Invitation

2014.008.006.A,B - Invitation

On Memorial Day, May 25, 1992, the Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery. It included plaques for the three Anacortes men who died in that conflict - Darwin H. Engman, Russell Cranston Hibler, and Gordon W. Logan, Jr. This invitation to the event includes a map of the area and the background for the creating of the memorial.

Image of 2014.008.007 - Blueprint

2014.008.007 - Blueprint

On Memorial Day, May 25, 1992, the Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery. It included plaques for the three Anacortes men who died in that conflict - Darwin H. Engman, Russell Cranston Hibler, and Gordon W. Logan, Jr. This is a blueprint for the construction of that memorial site which was prepared by Lyle Litch and Sturdy Engineering.

Image of 2014.008.008 - Specification

2014.008.008 - Specification

On Memorial Day, May 25, 1992, the Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery. It included plaques for the three Anacortes men who died in that conflict - Darwin H. Engman, Russell Cranston Hibler, and Gordon W. Logan, Jr. These plaques were replaced in 2013 by a memorial bench engraved, "All Gave Some -- Some Gave All." Funds for the new bench were donated by the Anacortes Elks Lodge. The plaques were set in a wood frame and given to the museum. This page of specifications was created by Pacific Coast Memorials for Anacortes Elks Lodge on May 8, 2013. The stone specifications are 48x14x4" Absolute Balck (sic) Bench Seat w/ 2 Harp Legs. The bench back

Image of 1997.019.001.063-.064 - Article

1997.019.001.063-.064 - Article

Sergeant David Barnett, a 1963 graduate of Anacortes High School, entered the Army in 1965 and was accepted for Special Forces training for the Green Berets. While home on a 45-day furlough before reporting to Fort Lewis for an assignment to Vietnam, he was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Baker for a dinner which included nine other guests.

Image of 2014.008.001 - Plaque

2014.008.001 - Plaque

The Anacortes Vietnam Vetereans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery on May 25, 1992. Three veterans who died were honored with 11.5 x 22.5 plaques set in cement around a round plaque which said "Vietnam Veterans of America." These plaques were replaced in 2013 by a memorial bench engraved, "All Gave Some -- Some Gave All." Funds for the new bench were donated by the Anacortes Elks Lodge. The plaques were set in a wood frame and given to the museum. Russell Cranston Hibler was born June 7, 1946, in Portsmith, Virginia, and moved to Anacortes as an infant. He graduated from Anacortes High School in 1964 and from Western Washington State College in Bellingham in 1968 with a d

Image of 2014.008.002.002 - plaques at Vietnam Memorial, Grandview

2014.008.002.002 - plaques at Vietnam Memorial, Grandview

The Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery on May 25, 1992. Three veterans who died were honored with 11.5 x 22.5 plaques set in cement around a round plaque which said "Vietnam Veterans of America." These plaques were replaced in 2013 by a memorial bench engraved, "All Gave Some -- Some Gave All." Funds for the new bench were donated by the Anacortes Elks Lodge. The plaques were set in a wood frame and given to the museum. Russell Cranston Hibler was born June 7, 1946, in Portsmouth, Virginia, and moved to Anacortes as an infant. He graduated from Anacortes High School in 1964 and from Western Washington State College in Bellingham in 1968 with a degree i

Image of 2014.008.002.001 - Vietnam Veterans Memorial

2014.008.002.001 - Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery on May 25, 1992. Three veterans who died were honored with 11.5 x 22.5 plaques set in cement around a round plaque which said "Vietnam Veterans of America." These plaques were replaced in 2013 by a memorial bench engraved, "All Gave Some -- Some Gave All." Funds for the new bench were donated by the Anacortes Elks Lodge. The plaques were set in a wood frame and given to the museum. Russell Cranston Hibler was born June 7, 1946, in Portsmouth, Virginia, and moved to Anacortes as an infant. He graduated from Anacortes High School in 1964 and from Western Washington State College in Bellingham in 1968 with a degree i

Image of 2014.008.002.003 - Vietnam Veterans of America plaque

2014.008.002.003 - Vietnam Veterans of America plaque

The Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery on May 25, 1992. Three veterans who died were honored with 11.5 x 22.5 plaques set in cement around a round plaque which read "Vietnam Veterans of America." These plaques were replaced in 2013 by a memorial bench engraved, "All Gave Some -- Some Gave All." Funds for the new bench were donated by the Anacortes Elks Lodge. The plaques were set in a wood frame and given to the museum. Russell Cranston Hibler was born June 7, 1946, in Portsmouth, Virginia, and moved to Anacortes as an infant. He graduated from Anacortes High School in 1964 and from Western Washington State College in Bellingham in 1968 with a degree i

Image of 2014.008.003 - Vietnam Veterans Of American symbol

2014.008.003 - Vietnam Veterans Of American symbol

The Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery on May 25, 1992. Three veterans who died were honored with 11.5 x 22.5 plaques set in cement around a round plaque which read "Vietnam Veterans of America." These plaques were replaced in 2013 by a memorial bench engraved, "All Gave Some -- Some Gave All." This photo is of the original colors for the Vietnam Veterans of America symbol.

Image of 2014.008.004.001-.003 - airborne symbol for Cranston Hibler

2014.008.004.001-.003 - airborne symbol for Cranston Hibler

The Anacortes Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated at Grandview Cemetery on May 25, 1992. Three veterans who died were honored with 11.5 x 22.5 plaques set in cement around a round plaque which read "Vietnam Veterans of America." These plaques were replaced in 2013 by a memorial bench engraved, "All Gave Some -- Some Gave All." Each plaque had a symbol on it denoting the unit in which the man served. Russell Cranston Hibler was born June 7, 1946, in Portsmouth, Virginia, and moved to Anacortes as an infant. He graduated from Anacortes High School in 1964 and from Western Washington State College in Bellingham in 1968 with a degree in Sociology. On March 16, 1968, he married Jennifer