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F.O.E. Ten Commandment Monuments in Washington (2)

Auburn, Washington
Auburn, Washington
Mountain View Cemetery
Screenshot: Google Maps street view August 2012
(monument believed to be to the right of the flag pole)
Auburn, Washington
Auburn, WA Ten Commandments Monument
Courtesy of Craig Hudson, Manager
Mountain View Cemetery

Donated by FOE: 1965

Current Location: Mountain View Cemetery, 2020 Mountain View Dr., S.W. The monument was moved from Les Grove Park to the cemetery in 1998 to make room for the new public library (which was dedicated in 2000). Mountain View Cemetery is a division of the City of Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation Department. (Public propeerty.)

Original Location: Les Grove Park, 1020 Deal’s Way.

Scroll: “Presented To The City Of / Auburn By Auburn Aerie / And Auxiliary No. 2298 / Past Presidents / Fraternal Order Of Eagles”

Website: http://www.mtviewcemeteryauburn.com/home.htm



Everett, Washington
Everett, Washington
Everett Police Department
Screenshot: Google Maps street view December 2015
Everett, Washington
Photo from Everett Public Library


Donated by FOE: 1959

Current Location: On the lawn in front of the Everett Police Department, 3002 Wetmore Avenue (previously City Hall).

Scroll: “Presented To / The City of Everett / By / Everett Aerie No. 13 / Fraternal Order of Eagles / December 1959”

Litigation: Card v. City of Everett, 520 F.3d 1009 (9th Cir. 2008).