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The Stamford Historical Society Presents

Pride and Patriotism: Stamford’s Role in World War II
Online Edition

Stamford Service Rolls

Bull’Head Roll of Honor

The Bull’s Head Honor Roll stood at the corner of Long Ridge and High Ridge Roads, where the bank building is now. It was made and designed by L. Leslie Clarke, and unveiled 1944 by Anne Clarke née Corrigan. It was taken down in 1960.

unveiling of the Bull's Head Honor Roll, 1944
Unveiling Ceremony

people in volved in the creation of the monument
Description on back of photo:
2nd from left is Linton Leslie Clarke, Designer and Builder of the monument unveiled in 1944. This photo given to the Stamford Historical Society by Peter L. Clarke, son of Les. 2nd from left, F. Benevelli Purchasing Agent, E. Cullimore, Mrs. Cockram (?spelling), Mayor Barret, Anne Clarke.

The enlargement below show most of the honor roll, which does include the living.

enlargement of honor roll

Images © Stamford Historical Society

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Downtown Stamford Service Roll
Liberty Street Honor Roll
Machlett Laboratories Honor Roll

KILROY WAS HERE drawn by Mort WalkerIntroduction
Stamford Service Rolls
Exhibit Photos
Opening Day