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Hill 881 South Bronze Statue Vietnam War Memorial, San Antonio, Texas
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The war memorial plaza located south of the San Antonio Municipal Auditorium and bounded by Auditorium Circle, Jefferson Street, E. Martin Street, and the Southwestern Bell Building, features two sculptures. The War Mothers Memorial, a marble monument commissioned in 1938, is a tribute to the mothers whose sons served in World War I. Hill 881 South is a 1986 bronze statue memorial to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War. In 2006, City Council voted to officially change the name of the district from Auditorium Circle to Veterans Memorial Plaza Historic District.
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