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subject : Statues
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black and photograph of educator Mary Cahalan; light blue Alabama marble; 1908; located in Linn Park, Birmingham, Alabama
Archives Department; Giuseppe Moretti, Papers, 1888-1981; collection no. 617 (source)
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photograph
black and white photograph of life size statue of a laughing child; 1892
Archives Department; Giuseppe Moretti Papers, 1888-1981, Collection #617 (source)
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photograph
black and white photograph of Madonna and praying child
Archives Department; Giuseppe Moretti, Papers, 1888-1981, Collection #617 (source)
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photograph
black and white photograph of George Washington, equestrian; 3 feet high; made in bronze and enameled; purchased by Mr. Peter Gibson and placed in the Gibson Hotel, Cincinnati, OH; 1901
Archives Department; Giuseppe Moretti, Papers, 1888-1981; Collection no. 671 (source)
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photograph
Black and white photograph of the statute of Father Patrick O'Reilly. Made of Alabama marble, it stands at the entrance to St. Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama
Archives Department; Giuseppe Moretti Papers, 1888-1981, Collection # 617 (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
photograph
Black and white photograph of the Greek figure of a water girl; about 1904
Archives Department; Guiseppe Moretti, Papers, 1888-1981; Collection no. 617 (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
photograph
Black and photograph of Moretti with the monument; erected in Hills and Dales Park in Kettering , Ohio; 35 feet high and 55 feet long; equestian high-relief statue of John H. Patterson and two bronze groups, one representing industry and education and the other, progress and prosperity; erected 1928
Archives Department; Giuseppi Moretti, Papers, 1888-1981; Collection no. 617 (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
ca. 1928
photograph
Black and white photograph of Italian marble sculpture representing the story of Queen Lygia bound to the back of the bull; the Giant Ursus is represented turning the massive neck of the bull, winning the freedom of his queen; created in 1914; now in the Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh, PA
Archives Department, Giuseppi Moretti, Papers, 1888-1981; Collection no. 617 (source)
Birmingham Public Library (Alabama) (publisher)
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