The Clock Tower

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VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER AT MARINA BAY

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Dedicated in 1987, the Clock Tower is an 85 foot high structure of brick and granite with a gold leaf cupola and a working clock.  The base of the tower is 16 feet by 16 feet and is dedicated to the memory of Quincy men who died from wounds suffered during the war in Vietnam.

The names are inscribed in granite at the base of the tower and are shown in the picture below.  (Photo courtesy of Mark Donovan)

 

 

 

 General William Westmoreland at Dedication Ceremony

Pictured Left to Right are: Tom Bolinder, Jim (?), Joe Phillips, and Richard Churchill

 Boston Fire Department boat gives a salute with red, white, and blue spray.