Lompoc's monument to honor those who served in World War I began as a flagpole memorial in the intersection of H Street and Ocean Avenue. By 1941, it was relocated in front of the Carnegie Library (now the Lompoc Museum) on South H Street. Officials reportedly cited increasing military traffic due to Camp Cooke during World War II, and concern about frequent collisions with the pedestal, as reasons for the change.
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