A woman prays in front of the memorial. A memorial made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.

The Crosses of Lafayette Memorial

A memorial made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.

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A woman prays in front of the memorial. A memorial made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
25-2360-0493
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A memorial made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
26-2360-0409
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A young man carries new wooden crosses to be planted among the rest. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
01-2360-0394
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
02-2360-0091
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Volunteer Lori Patotzka assembling some wooden crosses. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
03-2360-0109
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Liam Sullivan (7) painting some of the wooden crosses. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
04-2360-0153
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Volunteer painting some of the wooden crosses. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
05-2360-0271
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Volunteer Lynn Mac Michel digging the ground to plant some of the wooden crosses. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
06-2360-0188
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Volunteer Lynn Mac Michel carrying some  of the wooden crosses. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
07-2360-0368
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A volunteer plants some of the wooden crosses. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
08-2360-0355
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Volunteer Lynn Mac Michel planting some of the wooden crosses. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
09-2360-0333
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Overlooking the Bay Area Rapid Transit Station where thousands of people commute to and from San Francisco daily. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
10-2360-0465
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
11-2360-0424
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 12, 2007
Filename:
12-2360-0599
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
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The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 12, 2007
Filename:
13-2360-0618
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 12, 2007
Filename:
14-2360-0612
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
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The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 12, 2007
Filename:
15-2360-0626
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
16-2360-0446
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Volunteers tried to honor different religions by stapling the religious symbols on the crosses. . A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
17-2360-0442
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
18-2360-0419
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A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
19-2360-0413
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More than 200 demonstrators supporting the war in Iraq gathered in front of the controversial Crosses of Lafayette memorial in Lafayette, CA, on March 8, 2007. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 8, 2007
Filename:
20-2360-0008
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More than 200 demonstrators supporting the war in Iraq gathered in front of the controversial Crosses of Lafayette memorial in Lafayette, CA, on March 8, 2007. A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 8, 2007
Filename:
21-2360-0019
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Scott Conover (R) argues with Louise Clark and Jeff Heaton in front of the memorial, The Crosses of Lafayette,  they erected. Conover, who lost his step-son in the Iraq war, was among 200 demonstrators Iraq gathered in front of the controversial memorial in Lafayette, CA, on March 8, 2007  A memorial, known as The Crosses of Lafayette and made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
Title:
The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 8, 2007
Filename:
22-2360-0053
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