Over the years we all spent many many hours at this campus spot. Where is it and what would one be remembering there?
Hint: It was built in 1957, designed by the firm of Merrill, Simms & Roehrig and includes three identifiable campus entities.
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The Memorial Center includes the flagpole, Dole Hall and the courtyard.
On the lava rock wall that faces Middle, or Rice, field are memorial plaques for Punahou students and faculty who died serving in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
In addition to the Memorial Center which honors Punahou, the war service of H. Gaylord Dillingham ’35 and Robert S. Thurston, Jr. ’41 are respectively remembered through the Dillingham Tennis Courts (built 1950) and Thurston Memorial Chapel (Vladimir Ossipoff, built 1967)