You will only find one plaque in downtown Tampa, Florida. It is at the corner of East Madison and North Franklin streets.
The plaque is dedicated to a woman named Mary Hadfield Watt. Mary Hadfield Watt was not famous. She never invented anything. She never cured a disease.
As a matter of fact, Mary Hadfield Watt sold fruit on the corner of East Madison and North Franklin streets. So, why does Tampa have a plaque in her honor? Because she had a marvelous attitude. When she died of cancer at the age of 33, the people there felt her loss deeply. So they decided to honor her.
Attitude is everything.