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Located in Pipkin Park, the Temple to the Brave was built by the Daughters of the America Revolution in memorial of those who died in World War on: Pennsylvania, Beaumont, , TX. Temple to the Brave, memorial of the dead in World War I by Daughters of the American Revolution, in Pipkin Park in Beaumont, Texas. May 27,  · The Temple to the Brave will be open on Memorial Day from 2pm to 5pm to all visitors.

 

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Lanelle Johns takes a photo of the veterans’ monument during a Memorial Day opening of the Temple to the Brave. Museum operator Dennis White was amazed at the number of visitors who were there at the opening and continued to file in through the doors throughut the afternoon. Visitors listen to historical information presented by Dennis White during a Memorial Day opening of the Temple to the Brave.

Museum operator White was amazed at the number of visitors who were there at the opening and continued to file in through the doors throughut the afternoon. Claudia Dianne Loup left , a new member of D. Memorabilia donated from area veterans and families arre on display during a Memorial Day opening of the Temple to the Brave.

Nicholas Crouch helps daughter Emily try on a flak jacket as wife Shelby and son Dillon look on during a Memorial Day opening of the Temple to the Brave. The Temple to the Brave, a vault of war history in sleepy downtown Beaumont came to life on Memorial Day, with dozens of families, veterans and community members visiting to pay their respects to those who died serving in the armed forces.

Thanks to publicity from social media and news organizations, a steady flow of history-buffs, families and veterans poured in to hear the volunteer museum operator describe the artifacts stored in glass cases and pictures on the walls.

White told The Enterprise he would walk by the locked-up building when he lived in South Park and worked at the county courthouse in the s. He said he would wonder what that building was — that small stone building with the steep gable and the stained-glass windows at Sabine Pass and Pennsylvania avenues.

Virginia Williams, who stopped by the museum this Memorial Day said she intended to go last year, but was unable. The original museum opened in by the Daughters of the American Revolution as an expression of civic solidarity and patriotism in the wake of the Great Depression. The purpose of the temple was housing relics donated by area veterans during their time in combat. That purpose has endured and expanded over the years.

Bennett, who was part of the 10th Mountain Division, one of the first conventional combat forces to deploy in response to the Sept. The small monument has seen hard times, with vandalism and hurricanes taking their toll throughout the years.

In , a renovation was completed to fix broken windows, re-plaster the walls and install air conditioning and heating. White said the steady flow of visitors Monday afternoon was the busiest the monument had been in years, adding that he wished more of the younger generation would come to witness the artifacts. Some veterans brought their families to see and experience the artifacts from Southeast Texans who fought in wars throughout history. Nicholas Crouch, who served in the Navy, brought his wife, Shelby, and kids, Dillon and Emily, to pay their respects.

White let them try on a flak jacket, a vest-like body armor designed to provide protection from case fragments from high explosive weaponry used in several wars, including WWII. Tait is a collector of WWII memorabilia himself, having a rich family history of military service. To visit the museum on such a significant day was particularly meaningful for Tait, who said he was saddened by what he sees as the overall lack of respect for troops across the country in the last decade.

That has always bothered me. Why do people have to be like that? Bennett also called on there to be a consensus of respect and admiration for troops, especially those who have given the ultimate sacrifice. Beaumont Enterprise photographer Kim Brent contributed to this report.

White was amazed at the number of visitors who were there at the opening and continued to file in through the doors throughut the afternoon. Top Headlines. TxDOT closing section of Interstate 10 overnight this week.