Annotations and corrections to the article, "Doughboy Statues are a National Treasure" (11/18/2009?) http://harlandaily.com/bookmark/4515249, concerning the "Spirit of the American Doughboy" statue by E.M. Viquesney that stands in front of the Harlan County Courthouse, specifically the list of copies of the same statue that stand in various places across the country.
The list as published in the original Enterprise article has at least:
1 instance of locations being assigned to wrong state.
2 states that don't have a Viquesney Doughboy.
7 states omitted that have at least one Viquesney Doughboy.
41 city locations omitted which have a Viquesney Doughboy.
13 location misspellings.
37 locations where Viquesney's Doughboy doesn't exist.
Here's the way it should've looked:
Arizona — Kingsman (the correct spelling is Kingman)
California — Chula Vista (no EMV Doughboy here or anywhere in CA)
State of Idaho omitted; there's an EMV Doughboy at Payette.
Maine — Lincoln
Omitted state of Massachusetts, where there is an EMV Doughboy at Winchendon.
Minnesota — Sedalia, Alba and Green Castle (This should be Missouri, where only Sedalia is correct, "Alba" should be Albany (another Paulding), and Green Castle is another statue. The correct state, Minnesota, only has one EMV "Spirit" at New Ulm.)
Omitted state of Mississippi, where there is an EMV Doughboy at Meridian.
New Jersey — Dover, Delmar, Matawan, Rochelle Park, Perth, Amboy, Cliffside Park and Verona (it's Belmar and Roselle Park; Cliffside Park is one of Allen Newman's three famous Doughboy statues; Verona is a different statue; omitted Fair Haven, Frenchtown, Secaucus, and it's Perth Amboy, not two separate names)
New York — Port Huron, Bolton Landing, Rochester and Castile (no such place as Port Huron in NY; Paulding again at Bolton Landing, and Harrison and Vestal were omitted, and Rochester has no such statue)
North Dakota — Wahpeton (nope; it's good ol' John Paulding with his "Over the Top to Victory")
Ohio — Gallippolis, New Philadelphia, Cincinnati suburb St. Bernard, Warren, Marion, Fortoria, Newark, Woodville, Zanesville, Swanton, Martin’s Ferry and New California (it's Gallipolis and Fostoria; Martins [no apostrophe] Ferry is Paulding's Doughboy again, and New California appears to be a Civil War monument; Akron, Blue Ash (Cincinnati), and Crooksville were omitted)
Pennsylvania — New Brighton, Chambersburg, Mount Pleasant, Meyersdale, Mileburg, Philadelphia, Scottsdale and Lancaster (it's Scottdale, though Viquesney himself made the same spelling error in one of his sales brochures; New Brighton is another statue, as is Mount Pleasant; Milesburg is spelled wrong and is also not an EMV Doughboy; Philadelphia is a Paulding Doughboy; omitted Egypt, Forest City, Indiana, Oil City, Scranton, Tatamy, and Verona)
Omitted state of South Dakota, where there is a Viquesney Doughboy at Bullhead.
Wisconsin — Jonesville, West Bend, Fort Atkison, Appleton and Ladysmith (it's Janesville and Fort Atkinson; Ladysmith [for the last time] is John Paulding's "Over the Top to Victory"; omitted Markesan and Peshtigo)