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Moved Exhibit

These pieces are all known to have been moved from their original Philadelphia locations. Some of them have been moved since they were first added to this site, and some have been in their current location for much longer. Some have been moved multiple times, and some have been moved very short distances.



Saint Hedwig
* Statue of Saint Hedwig
* small standing person wearing a crown, carrying a house
* Was on the Northeast corner of 24th and Brown, outside the former St. Hedwig's Church, closed c. 2004. Reappeared at the Southeast corner of 24th and Green c. 2010. Removed from that location some time in late 2013 or early 2014. The first two pictures are from 24th and Green. The last picture is from 24th and Brown.
* 39.965710,-75.177200 [map]
* Other exhibits: Missing, Religious, Unidentified
* See also:
+biography of Saint Hedwig




Abraham Lincoln
Randolph Rogers, 1871
* Statue of Abraham Lincoln
* big seated person, chair, quill, book, eagles, federal and city seals
* Moved in January 2002 from the middle of Kelly Drive to the North side.
* inscription:
front:
To Abraham Lincoln from a grateful people
left:
With malice towards none, with charity towards all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us finish the work we are in
back:
Let us here highly resolve that the government of the people. by the people, and for the people shall not perish from this earth
right:
I do order and declare that all persons held as slaves within the states in rebellion are and hence forth shall be free
* Kelly Drive and Sedgely Drive.
* 39.969550,-75.184500 [map]
* On the Kelly Drive tour.
* See also:
+wikipedia.org's Randolph Rogers page
+wikipedia.org's Abraham Lincoln page



Religious Liberty
Moses Jacob Ezekiel, 1876
* big people standing, liberty cap, eagle, serpent, flame, the Constitution
* Was half a block North on 5th. Moved late 2010. The first two pictures are from the current location. The rest are from the previous location.
* inscription:
Plinth:
Dedicated to the people of the United States by the order B'nai B'rith and Israelites of America in commemoration of the centennial anniversary of American Independence.
Plaque:
Commissioned by B'nai B'rith for the United States Centenial, "Religious Liberty" was dedicated in Fairmount Park on Thanksgiving Day in 1876.
Carved in Rome from a single block of carrara marble, the statue was executed by Sir Moses Ezekiel, an American Jewish sculptor.
The monument was rededicated by B'nai B'rith International for this nation's Bicentennial in 1976.
The allegorical group represents liberty protecting religious freedom. The female figure wears the liberty cap bordered by thirteen stars for each of the original American colonies. In her left hand, she holds the constitution of the United States the legal document by which freedom is guaranteed to all citizens.
Religion is personified by a youth standing beside the figure of Liberty, whose outstretched arm extends over him protectively. His right hand reaches toward her, while in his left, he holds the inextinguishable flame of faith.
At the base of the group is an American eagle crushing a serpent in its talons, signifying the triumph of American democracy over the tyranny of intolerance and oppression.
The monument was relocated to Independence Mall and rededicated on May 4, 1986 in an historic joint venture between B'nai B'rith International and the National Museum of American Jewish History.
From this site, the statue proclaims in harmony with the Liberty Bell only steps away, a resounding message of religious liberty for all peoples.
* In front of the National Museum of American Jewish History. Southeast corner, 5th and Market.
* 39.950350,-75.148825 [map]
* On the Independence Mall tour.
* Other exhibits: Religious
* See also:
+Max Buten's first picture of this piece
+Max Buten's second picture of this piece
+Max Buten's third picture of this piece
+jewishvirtuallibrary.org's Moses Jacob Ezekiel page
+National Museum of American Jewish History


St. George and the Dragon
Elkington & Company, 1877 (sometimes listed 1876)
* Statue of Saint George
* seated person, horse, helmet, spear, dragon
* inscription:
Designed and cast
1877
Elkington & Company
Birmingham England
for
The Society of the Sons of St. George
of Philadelphia
Founded 1772
St. George's Day, 23 April, 1978
* Martin Luther King Drive just North of Black Road.
* 39.983050,-75.205900 [map]
* On the West Park tour.
* Other exhibits: Religious
* See also:
+phillyskyline.com story about the demolition of the building where this sculpture used to be, with picture
+Society of the Sons of St. George
+picture of this piece from the Free Library of Philadelphia
+Bob Speel's Elkington & Company page
+newadvent.org's St. George page



The Burghers of Calais
Auguste Rodin, 1884 - 1895 (cast 1925)
* group of people standing
* moved outside 2011
* East side of the Rodin Museum. North side of the Parkway between 21st and 22nd.
* 39.961800,-75.173750 [map]
* On the Parkway tour.
* See also:
+bronze-gallery.com's Auguste Rodin page
+Rodin Museum



The Wrestlers
F. Barbedienne, 1885
* small two people not standing
* Used to be located outside Memorial hall. The last picture is from that location.
* Parking lot entrance North of the Northeast corner of Horticulture Hall in the Horticulture Center. Horticulture Drive, East of Belmont.
* 39.984250,-75.209950 [map]
* On the West Park tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+Max Buten's picture of this piece


Benjamin Franklin
John J. Boyle, 1899
* Statue of Benjamin Franklin
* seated person, chair, papers
* In front of College Hall. Woodland Walk West of 34th Street.
* 39.951950,-75.193700 [map]
* On the Penn Campus tour.
* See also:
+Max Buten's picture of this piece
+phillyhistory.org 1913 picture of this piece at 9th and Chestnut
+askart.com's John J. Boyle page
+The Electric Franklin

Anthony J. Drexel
Moses Jacob Ezekiel, 1904
* Statue of Anthony J. Drexel
* seated person, chair, pail, books and papers
* Originally just East of 33rd. Moved Summer, 2001 to 32nd Street. In 2011 the building it was next to was torn down and the statue was moved closer to Market, rotated, and enclosed in a large box. The box was removed some time in 2013. . The first picture is from the original location. The second picture is from the second location. A picture from the third location is not yet available.
* On the campus of Drexel University. South side of Market, East of 32nd.
* 39.955100,-75.187525 [map]
* On the Avenue of Technology tour.
* See also:
+phillyhistory.org 1959 picture of this piece
+jewishvirtuallibrary.org's Moses Jacob Ezekiel page
+wikipedia.org's Anthony J. Drexel page
+Drexel University


Rebecca at the Well
John J. Boyle, 1908
* Biblical scene of Rebecca
* people standing, head coverings, walking stick, jug, camels
* inscription:
Drink and I will give thy camels drink also.- Genesis XXIV:XIV
I give this legacy for a triple purpose: to ornament the city that William Penn founded, to refresh the weary and thirsty, both man and beast, and to commemorate a fact of sacred story. - Extract from the will of Mary Rebecca Darby Smith
This monument was removed from Twelth and Spring Garden Streets and erected by the Philadelphia Fountain Society 1934
* East end of the Horticulture Center. Horticultural Drive. East of Belmont..
* 39.983625,-75.208700 [map]
* On the West Park tour.
* Other exhibits: Religious
* See also:
+Max Buten's picture of this piece
+askart.com's John J. Boyle page
+wikipedia.org's Rebeccah page



All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors
J. Otto Schweizer, 1934
* group of people standing, torch, hats and helmets, shield, eagles and large feather, horses, seal of Pennsylvania
* inscription:
front: Erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in honor of her colored soldiers.
back: To commemorate the heroism and sacrifice of all colored soldiers who served in the various wars engaged in by the United States of America that a lasting record shall be made of their unselfish devotion to duty as an inspiration to future generations this monument is dedicated May 30, 1934.
right: American Revolution, Civil War, Indian Wars
left: Spanish American War, Phillipine Insurrection, World War
* West side of Logan Square. Aviator Park. Southeast of 20th and the Parkway.
* 39.958320,-75.171800 [map]
* On the Parkway tour.
* Other exhibits: War, African American
* See also:
+phillyhistory.org 1935 picture of this piece from a previous location in Fairmount Park
+One of Max Buten's pictures of this piece
+Another of Max Buten's pictures of this piece
+wikipedia.org's Logan Circle page


The Great Doctor
Waldemar Raemisch, 1955
* big group of people, standing, sitting
* Collectively known, with The Great Mother as Spirit of the Juveniles. Formerly on the North side of the Parkway between 19th and 20th. Moved August, 2008. The first two pictures are from the original location. The third and fourth pictures were taken during installation at the new site.
* In front of the School of the Future. North side of Parkside at 40th and Girard.
* 39.974775,-75.203800 [map]
* On the West Park tour.
* Other exhibits: Medical
* See also:
+blog about this piece being moved
+School of the Future


The Great Mother
Waldemar Raemisch, 1955
* big group of people, standing, sitting, book
* Collectively known, with The Great Doctor as Spirit of the Juveniles. Formerly on the North side of the Parkway bewteen 19th and 20th. Moved August, 2008. The first two pictures are from the original location. The third and fourth pictures were taken during installation at the new site.
* In front of the School of the Future. North side of Parkside at 40th and Girard.
* 39.974750,-75.203650 [map]
* On the West Park tour.
* See also:
+blog about this piece being moved
+School of the Future

Mr. Baseball
Harry Rosin, 1957
* Statue of Connie Mack
* standing person, piece of paper (scorecard?)
* Originally at Connie Mack Stadium. Moved to the entrance to Veterans Stadium until it was torn down in 2004. The first picture is from Veterans Stadium.
* East side of the parking lot East of Broad and North of Pattison.
* 39.906160,-75.168450 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+phillyhistory.org 1957 picture of this piece outside Connie Mack Stadium
+michenermuseum.org's Harry Rosin page
+baseball-almanac.com's Connie Mack page
+baseballhalloffame.org's Connie Mack page


Emancipation Proclamation Fountain
Gerd Utescher, 1964
* In honor of an act by Abraham Lincoln
* standing person, birds
* During a 2002 site renovation this piece was moved and turned and the non-functional fountain basin was taken out. By 2010 it was completely surrounded by trees. The first picture is from the old setting. The second is from the new setting. The third is a detail with trees.
* Courtyard. Bottom of the concourse entrance on the Northwest corner of 15th and Market.
* 39.952850,-75.165450 [map]
* On the City Hall tour.
* Other exhibits: African American
* See also:
+wikipedia.org's Abraham Lincoln page



Rock Form (Porthcurno)
Barbara Hepworth, 1964
* abstract rock
* Was on the East side of 5th, South of Race. Put in storage some time before May, 2011. Installed in the current location November 26, 2012. The last picture is from the original location.
* Northeast corner, 17th and the Parkway.
* 39.955800,-75.167400 [map]
* On the Parkway tour.
* See also:
+Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden


We Lost
Tony Smith, 1966
* abstract
* Formerly on Locust Walk just East of 36th. At some point it was replaced with a copy of LOVE. In September, 2013 it was taken out of storage and installed in front of the new nanotech center. The last picture is from the original location.
* North side of Walnut, East of 33rd.
* 39.952625,-75.188900 [map]
* On the Penn Campus tour.
* Other exhibits: Favorites
* See also:
+Art at Penn page for this piece
+wikipedia.org's Tony Smith page


Flame
Sherl Joseph Winter, 1968
* flame, fountain
* Originally in the main quad between Market and Chestnut, 32nd and 33rd. Moved 2006. The first picture is from the original location, the second picture is from the new location off, and the third picture is from the new location on.
* On the campus of Drexel University. Southeast corner 33rd and Race.
* 39.958690,-75.189050 [map]
* On the Powelton tour.
* See also:
+winterartstudio.com
+Drexel University


Three Disks, One Lacking
Alexander Calder, 1968
* abstract
* Originally on the top floor of the Reading Terminal Headhouse. Was part of the exhibition of Calders at 22nd and the Parkway for several years, and then moved to the current location in late March or Early April of 2009 when the Calder exhibit was taken down. The first two pictures are from the current location, the third is from the original location.
* Northeast corner, 17th and the Parkway.
* 39.955740,-75.167225 [map]
* On the Parkway tour.
* See also:
+calder.org

Dedicated to the American Secretary
Costantino Nivola, 1970
* abstract standing person
* Moved slightly Northeast some time before June 20, 2014, from back against the wall of the building as in the second picture, to up against the sidewalk railing as in the first picture.
* Plaza. South side of Market, between 4th and 5th.
* 39.950250,-75.148000 [map]
* On the Independence Mall tour.
* See also:
+wikipedia.org's Costantino Nivola page



Running Free
Henry Mitchell, 1971
* horses
* Between 2009 and 2011, as part of the relandscaping that accompanied the construction of the building that is now to the South of this piece, the base was altered and moved and the piece was rotated on the base. The first three pictures were taken prior to the change.
* On the campus of Drexel University. Northwest of 33rd and Market.
* 39.956450,-75.190025 [map]
* On the Avenue of Technology tour.
* See also:
+henrywmitchell.com
+Drexel University


Untitled
James Lloyd, 1974
* abstract
* Originally in the middle of the sidewalk. Moved closer to the building late 2005 or early 2006. The last picture is from the original location.
* South side of Market, West of 36th.
* 39.956210,-75.195550 [map]
* On the Avenue of Technology tour.
* Other exhibits: New

Batter
Joe Brown, 1976
* big standing person wearing a helmet, baseball bat
* Originally on the walkway around Veterans Stadium until it was torn down in 2004. The first picture is from the original location.
* North side of the parking lot North of Pattison and East of Broad.
* 39.907350,-75.169800 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+Penn Facilities Joe Brown page


Jerusalem Stabile
Alexander Calder, 1976
* abstract
* Moved several yards East since it was first installed. The last picture is from the original location.
* South of Woodland Walk, West of 34th.
* 39.952025,-75.192660 [map]
* On the Penn Campus tour.
* Other exhibits: New
* See also:
+Max Buten's picture of this piece
+calder.org

Play at Second Base
Joe Brown, 1976
* big two people, one standing, one sliding, baseball glove, hats
* Originally on the walkway around Veterans Stadium until it was torn down in 2004. The first picture is from the original location.
* North side of Pattison East of Broad.
* 39.905200,-75.170300 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+Penn Facilities Joe Brown page

Punter
Joe Brown, 1976
* big standing person wearing a helmet
* Originally on the walkway around Veterans Stadium until it was torn down in 2004. The first picture is from the original location.
* North side of the parking lot North of Pattison and East of Broad.
* 39.907575,-75.171500 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+Penn Facilities Joe Brown page

Score!
Gil Whitman, 1976
* two people, one standing, one kneeling, hockey equipment
* Was behind the Spectrum at Broad and Pattision. The Spectrum was demolished early 2011. Reinstalled 2012 in the current location. The picture is from the original location
* On the path from the parking lot behind Xfinity Live. Southwest of the Southwest corner of 11th and Pattison.
* 39.903800,-75.169900 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+xfinitylive.com

Tackle
Joe Brown, 1976
* big people standing, football, helmets
* Originally on the walkway around Veterans Stadium until it was torn down in 2004. The first picture is from the original location.
* North side of Pattison, East of Broad.
* 39.905440,-75.172125 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic
* See also:
+Penn Facilities Joe Brown page

Diego de Gardoqui
Luis Sanguino, 1977
* Statue of Diego de Gardoqui
* standing person, piece of paper
* A number of different artists names are listed in various places, but this one seems most likely. In 2012 this piece was moved inside Sister Cities Park, and the Children's Garden was built around it
* inscription:
1735-1798
Envoy of the King of Spain
* Children's Garden, Sister Cities Park, East side of Logan Square. West side of 18th, South of Vine.
* 39.958185,-75.169225 [map]
* On the Parkway tour.
* Other exhibits: Favorites
* See also:
+Diego Maria de Gardoqui entry from the National Park Service's Mission 2000 Database
+wikipedia.org's Logan Circle page


Otters
Henry Mitchell, 1979
* In memory of William W. Bodine, Jr.
* small otters, rocks, fountain
* Moved from the West end of the building to the East end, probably in 2007. The first picture is from the original location, the rest are from after the move, and with a much lower water level in the pool.
* inscription: With Gratitude to William W. Bodine Jr. Leader, builder and friend of Thomas Jefferson University.
* On the campus of Thomas Jefferson University. South side of Walnut between 10th and 11th behind the building which faces Walnut..
* 39.947965,-75.157975 [map]
* On the Jefferson Campus tour.
* Other exhibits: Favorites
* See also:
+henrywmitchell.com
+NY Times obituary of William W. Bodine, Jr.
+Thomas Jefferson University


Pope John Paul II
1980
* Commemorative plaque with bust of Pope John Paul II
* small head
* Was on the West side of the circle. Removed during the 2005 renovation and replaced on the East side.
* inscription:
This plaque commemerates the site where his holiness
Pope John Paul II celebrated mass and proclaimed his message of peace and love to the people of Philadelphia and the nation October 9, 1979
Presented by the Philadelphia Chapter, Knights of Columbus October 9, 1980
* Northeast entrance of the circle. Logan Square. 19th and the Parkway.
* 39.958100,-75.170100 [map]
* On the Parkway tour.
* Other exhibits: New, Religious
* See also:
+wikipedia.org's Pope John Paul II page
+wikipedia.org's Logan Circle page

Rocky
A. Thomas Schomberg, 1980
* Statue of Rocky Balboa
* standing person, boxing gear
* This statue has had several homes, including the top of the Art Museum steps and the Spectrum steps. It was moved to the current location September, 2006. The first picture is from the current location. The second picture is from the Spectrum.
* East side of the Art Museum. 24th and the Parkway.
* 39.965125,-75.179300 [map]
* On the Parkway tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic, Favorites
* See also:
+Max Buten's picture of this piece
+schombergstudios.com
+imdb.com entry for Rocky
+Philadelphia Museum of Art

Triad
Ephraim Peleg, 1981
* abstract
* Between approximately 1998 and 2012 the elements in this piece were rearranged. The first picture shows the configuration circa 1998. The second was taken in September, 2012.
* Outside Peabody Hall. Between Broad and Liacouras Walk. North of Norris.
* 39.983500,-75.156200 [map]
* On the Temple Campus tour.
* See also:
+pelegstudio.com

Life Savers
Billie Lawless, 1982
* big Lifesavers
* Was at 39th Street between Spruce and Baltimore (39.950750,-75.200900). Moved late 2014. Not clear if this is permanent or temporary. Pictures are from the original location.
* Northeast corner of the Veterinary Hospital. Southwest corner, 38th and Spruce.
* 39.951150,-75.199425 [map]
* On the University City South Medical Complex tour.
* Other exhibits: New
* See also:
+Ryan Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania


Phoenix Rising
Emlen Etting, 1982
* Memorial to Richardson Dilworth
* abstract phoenix
* Was Southeast of the Southeast corner of 15th and JFK in the sunken portion of the North end of Dilworth Plaza on the West side of City Hall. Moved to the current location June, 2013. The last picture is from the original location.
* 38th Parallel Place (near Front, Dock, and Spruce).
* 39.945325,-75.144000 [map]
* On the Penn's Landing tour.
* See also:
+Smithsonian Oral History Interview with Emlen Etting
+wikipedia.org's Richardson Dilworth page

Puma
Eric Berg, 1983
* small puma
* Visible through the fence
* Playground of the Caring Center. North side of Spring Garden, West of 31st.
* 39.963625,-75.187800 [map]
* On the Powelton tour.
* See also:
+artist's picture of this piece at its original location
+Eric Berg Studios
+The Caring Center

Allow Me
J. Seward Johnson, Jr., 1984 (approximate)
* small standing person, umbrella
* Originally at the Northeast corner of 17th and Locust. The first picture is from the original location.
* Entrance. Prince Music Theater. South side of Chestnut between Broad and 15th.
* 39.950880,-75.164800 [map]
* On the Avenue of the Arts tour.
* See also:
+sewardjohnson.com


Philadelphia Beirut Memorial
Douglas Corsini, 1985
* Memorial to Cpl. Moses Arnold, Jr., Sgt. John J. Bonk, Jr., Cpl. Thomas A. Hairston, Sgt. Gilbert Hanton, Cpl. John F. Muffler, Sgt. Rafael Pomales-Torres, Pfc. Rui Manuel A. Relvas, Cpl. Louis J. Rotondo and Sgt. Allen D. Wesley
* eagle, 3D USMC logo, globe, anchor
* Was at Penn's Landing on the North side of the Seaport Museum. Moved prior to 2010. The last picture is from the original location.
* inscription:
In Memoriam to the Philadelphia Marine Casualties of the Beirut Peace Keeping Mission.
If you forget my death then I died in vain.
October 23, 1983, 241 servicemen killed in the Beirut Terrorist Bombing.
Dedicated October 20, 1985
* Walkway North and East of Front and Spruce.
* 39.944885,-75.142660 [map]
* On the Penn's Landing tour.
* Other exhibits: War

Dr. J
Barney Bright, 1987
* Statue of Julius Erving
* standing person, basketball
* Was in front of the Spectrum at Broad and Pattison. The Spectrum was demolished early 2011. Reinstalled in the current location without the plaque. The picture is from the original location
* inscription:
Julius Winfield Erving II * Nine years captain of the 76ers * Captain of the 1983 World Champions * NBA Most Valuable Player 1981 * 11 Time NBA All Star * All Star MVP 1977, 1983 * Member of the ABA Champions 1974, 1976 * ABA Most Valuable Player 1974, 1976 * Five time ABA All Star * Athlete, Sportsman, Gentleman
* On the path from the parking lot behind Xfinity Live. Southwest of the Southwest corner of 11th and Pattison.
* 39.903900,-75.169800 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* Other exhibits: Athletic, African American
* See also:
+wikipedia.org's Julius Erving page
+xfinitylive.com

Kate Smith
Marc Mellon, 1987
* Statue of Kate Smith
* standing person
* Was behind the Spectrum at Broad and Pattison. The Spectrum was demolished early 2011. Reinstalled in the current location in 2012 without the the plaque. The picture is from the original location.
* inscription:
Kate Smith
1907-1986

Blessed with a voice and presence which led her to stardom on Broadway, radio, and television, Miss Smith came to symbolize joyous, homespun, American patriotism.

Her stirring rendition of "God Bless America" introduced on Armistice Day 1938 lifted the spirits of the nation after the Great Depression and inspired us to persevere through the agony of World War II.

When president Franklin D. Roosevelt introduced Kate to the King and Queen of England he said "This is Kate Smith... This is America!"

During World War II, Miss Smith raised more than $600 million in War Bond sales and in 1982, President Ronald Reagan presented her with the nation's highest civilian honor, the Medal of Freedom.

Kate Smith had a special relationship with the Flyers and the City of Philadephia. Her live performances of "God Bless America" helped inspire the Flyers to become Stanley Cup Champions for the first time in 1974.

This statue, honoring one of America's greatest patriots, is a gift from the Philadelphia Flyers to the people of our great country.

Dedicated: October 5, 1987
* On the path from the parking lot behind Xfinity Live. Southwest of the Southwest corner of 11th and Pattison.
* 39.903600,-75.170000 [map]
* On the South Broad tour.
* See also:
+Philadelphia Flyers
+shingcollection.com's Marc Mellon page
+katesmith.org
+xfinitylive.com

Bench Form
Thomas Sternal, 1990
* bench, abstract background
* Originally in a park on the South side of Market just East of 32nd which has been replaced by a building. The first picture is from the original location. The current location was a small park underneath the Katherine Drexel mural (not visible in the second picture), but the building with the mural was torn down leaving the piece much more in the open.
* On the campus of Drexel University. Southeast of 34th and Race..
* 39.958450,-75.190400 [map]
* On the Powelton tour.
* See also:
+Drexel University


Starman in the Ancient Garden
Brower Hatcher, 1990
* big face, architectural elements
* The first two pictures are of the piece in its original configuration. The second two pictures were taken after 2002 when the plaza was leveled and partially converted to a driveway, most of the Ancient Garden elements were removed, and the Starman was moved closer to the Walnut Street sidewalk and surrounded by concrete bumper posts.
* Plaza. Wills Eye Hospital. Southeast corner, 9th and Walnut.
* 39.948150,-75.155550 [map]
* On the Jefferson Campus tour.
* Other exhibits: Favorites
* See also:
+Brower Hatcher's midoceanstudio.com
+Wills Eye Hospital

Double Figure Eight
Paul Sisko, 1993
* abstract
* Originally in a park on the South side of Market just East of 32nd. Moved sometime between 2000 and 2004 when the park was replaced with a building. The first picture is from the original location.
* On the campus of Drexel University. East side of 33rd, North of Market.
* 39.956250,-75.189200 [map]
* On the Avenue of Technology tour.
* See also:
+paulsisko.com
+Drexel University


Wind Helix
Roy Wilson, 1994
* abstract
* The fence used to surround an open space behind the building. The fence was removed around 2007 and the open space was replaced with an extension of the building. In 2009 the fence was put back in approximately its original position, but surrounding the building extension instead of open space. The first picture is from the original context.
* Back of the fence. Northeast corner, 38th and Ludlow.
* 39.955950,-75.198100 [map]
* On the Avenue of Technology tour.

Addams Family Silhouette
2003
* Reference to the work of Charles Addams
* small people standing, sign
* Originally installed in the courtyard behind the gates.
* Wall. Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall. West side of 36th between Walnut and Locust Walk.
* 39.953000,-75.194950 [map]
* On the Penn Campus tour.
* See also:
+Charles Addams bio from westfieldnj.com
+Charles Addams bio from toonpedia.com
+Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall