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This memorial is dedicated to veterans of wars from Macon and Bibb co. on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the American Legion. It was repaired and reworked in 1993 with funds from American Legion. The eternal flame burns on the Poplar Street side of the City Hall building at the foot of the two grand staircases that flank the building’s white-columned portico.
In 1837, city hall was built as headquarters of the Monroe Railroad and Banking Co. before serving as the seat of government for
Date created: March 15, 1969
714 Poplar St, Macon, GA