This Roll of Honor memorial was located on Perry Street at the intersection of North Warren Street. To those who are not familiar with the era that found America floundering in what was known as "The Great Depression," the American eagle atop the sign is sponsored by President Franklin D. Roosevelt's NRA or as it was more commonly known, the National Recovery Act. Many wealthy Americans lost everything in the stock market crash in 1929. There were frantic attempts to find enough money to eat and feed a family. One of the more serious but common scenes on city streets were men who only months ago, were financially secure. The crash found a number of destitute citizens standing on sidewalks selling apples for 5 cents. The Great depression hit the Glover family very hard. One of the saving graces was our rural location where we grew vegetables and had chickens and geese.