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Title
[Dedication of the Dewey Monument, Union Square, by President Theodore Roosevelt, May 14, 1903]
Date Created and/or Issued
[1903]
Contributing Institution
California State Library
Collection
California History Section Picture Catalog
Rights Information
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Description
Shows Union Square, Dewey Monument. Buildings in background include: Consulate De France, Pacific States Investor, Congregation Emanu-El. Label on verso: "Goldsmith Bros."
Monument commemorated victory of Commodore Dewey in Spanish American War. Consists of granite column modeled by H. Maddock, topped by bronze statue of Victory by Robert Aitken.
2011-2084.
Type
image
Format
Photographs.
Nonprojected graphic
Extent
1 photographic print on board mount ; image 9 1/8 x 10 3/4 in. on mount 13 3/4 x 16 in.
Identifier
(C)001451302CSL01-Aleph
Language
English
Subject
Roosevelt, Theodore,, 1858-1919--Photographs
Dewey, George,, 1837-1917--Monuments--Photographs
Dedications--California--San Francisco
Monuments & memorials--California--San Francisco
Plazas--California--San Francisco
Buildings--California--San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.)--Photographs
Union Square (San Francisco, Calif.)--Photographs
Photographic prints
Place
California
San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.)
Union Square (San Francisco, Calif.)

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