Statue of Liberty Replica
Title: Statue of Liberty Replica
Medium: copper, cement
Dimensions: 80 inches (height) x 24 inches (width) x 22 inches (depth) (approximately); Base: 80 inches (height) x 36 inches (width) x 36 inches (depth) (approximately).
Description: This sculpture is a smaller scale replica of the original Statue of Liberty by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. It was donated by the Boy Scouts of America.
Inscription: “WITH THE FAITH AND COURAGE OF / THEIR FOREFATHERS WHO MADE / POSSIBLE THE FREEDOM OF THESE / UNITED STATES / THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA / DEDICATE THIS COPY OF THE / STATUE OF LIBERTY AS A PLEDGE / OF EVERLASTING FIDELITY AND / LOYALTY / 40TH ANNIVERSARY CRUSADE TO / STRENGTHEN THE ARM OF LIBERTY / 1950” ; “THIS REPLICA OF THE STATUE OF LIBERTY / WAS PRESENTED TO THE CITY OF UTICA, NEW YORK / SEPTEMBER 12, 1960 BY THE FOLLOWING CITIZENS / C.G. BRAINARD, JR. D.M. REED-EX OFFICIO / DR. R. BURCHESKY J.F. ROCHE / R. FOWLER C. SCHRAM / R. GORTON L. SMITH / E.V. PRONTEAU J.W. VAETH / M.D. NELSON A.J. YONKERS"; “THIS STATUE RESTORED AND REDEDICATED / 1998 / EDWARD A. HANNA, MAYOR”
Subject: Public art, Outdoor sculpture, Statue of Liberty (New York, N.Y.)
Rights: Copyright undetermined
(Copyright Undetermined, http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/UND/1.0/)
Find out more:
the Utica Observer Dispatch, Sept. 12, 1950, pg. 3A; Oct. 15, 1950, pg. 6A; and Oct. 16, 1950, pg. 2A.
Location: Located on the median between Elm Street, Pleasant Street, and Memorial Parkway, Utica