Byron White U.S. Courthouse Sculptures – Denver CO

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Description

Gladys Caldwell Fisher completed these two Indiana limestone sculptures, entitled “Rocky Mountain Sheep” and “White Ram,” in 1936 with funds provided by the Treasury Relief Art Project. They are viewable on both sides of the entrance to the Byron White US Courthouse, which was originally the U.S. Post Office Building.

 

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1823 Stout Street
Denver, CO 80202

Location notes: Either side of entrance

Coordinates: 39.748529, -104.990468

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