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Throwback Thursday: See Memorial Day in 1918 [PHOTOS]

Memorial Day 1918
Department of Energy, Hanford Project

Before it was moved to Prosser in the 1940s, the Benton County veterans cemetery was north of Richland in White Bluffs. Click to see a photo from the air.

Remembering that World War I ended in 1918, Memorial Day that year had special significance.

The cemetery was moved to make way for the Hanford Project, but here’s what White Bluffs looked like in 1921:

White Bluffs
1921 aerial photograph of White Bluffs

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