Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2019 in the United States/Winners
Wiki Loves Monuments 2019
Wiki Loves Monuments 2019 in the United States saw over 500 people contribute over 5,000 photos of cultural and historic sites from all over the United States and its territories. In addition to National Register of Historic Places sites, we welcomed uploads of sites designated by state- and local-level historical institutions and societies. Hundreds of these photos are being used to help illustrate pages across various Wikimedia projects, including Wikipedia and Wikidata.
After several weeks and three rounds of judging by our jury members, we are pleased to announce the winners of Wiki Loves Monuments 2019 in the United States. These photos are recognized for their photographic quality, artistic merit, and their encyclopedic value as illustrations of unique historical sites.
We were impressed by all of the uploads, and regret having to narrow it down to just 10. That being said - congratulations to the following winners of the US contest and their amazing photographs! The top-three winners will receive a monetary prize and all ten will receive a certificate and move on to the international jury for a shot at winning an international Wiki Loves Monuments prize.
Finally: Thank you to all participants, as well as to our judges, editors, and organizers who helped make this event possible.
By Colby Conrad Stearns
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies is an independent, non-profit, scientific research laboratory located in La Jolla, California.
A lookout tower at the Granada War Relocation Center (Amache) in southeast Colorado.
The Thomas Edison workshop at Thomas Edison National Historical Park in New Jersey.
The Baháʼí House of Worship in Wilmette, Illinois. It is one of ten dedicated temples of the Baháʼí Faith.
Outbuilding on a foggy morning, on the Ephraim Bales property on the Roaring Forks Nature Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Mission San Xavier del Bac, an historic Spanish Catholic mission in Arizona during overcast weather.
The Ponca City Milling Company Elevator, a grain elevator in Ponca City, Oklahoma.
By Cyndi Savage
The historic remains of St. Agnes Hospital at St. Augustine's University in North Carolina.
By Frank Schulenburg
Interior of Fort Point National Historic Site, San Francisco, California.
The T. A. Moulton Barn within the Mormon Row Historic District in Teton County, Wyoming.