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Statue of Liberty Replica
1950, copper
Parks and Recreation Department Administration Offices,
Broadway and Seventh Street

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Boy Scouts in Columbia placed this small-scale replica of the Statue of Liberty in 1950. The plaque notes that the statue was dedicated “as a pledge of everlasting fidelity and loyalty.” The local project was a component of the Scouts’ national 40th anniversary celebration which had “Strengthen the Arm of Liberty” as its theme. More than 200 replicas were placed nationally as a result.

 


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