Father Pitt

War Memorial at West End Park

Posted in Sculpture, West End by Dr. Boli on April 17, 2011

This little out-of-the-way park on a steep knob overlooking the West End Valley has one of Pittsburgh’s least-known memorials by one of Pittsburgh’s best-known sculptors. Frank Vittor, creator of some of our most prominent public art, designed this memorial for the soldiers who fought in the First World War.

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  1. Marc Virostek said, on September 10, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Please give me your e-mail address. I would like to keep you informed as to an upcoming publication of mine partially relating to this memorial. I thing you will find it interesting, based on the content of this blog….

    Marc V.


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