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"Jefferson" unveiling

"Jefferson" unveiling

 
 
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Photograph shows crowd at the unveiling of a Thomas Jefferson statue which was a gift of Joseph Pulitzer's estate to Columbia University, New York City. The statue was unveiled in a ceremony on June 2, 1914. A photographer putting glass plates into his camera is seen in the background. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011 and New York Times, June 3, 1914)

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01/01/1914
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Bain News Service, publisher
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