Emma Willard Memorial – Middlebury VT

Description

“The Emma Hart Willard Memorial, is a public artwork by designed by Pierre Zwick and Marion Guild and sculpted by T.A. Campbell who worked for the Houlihan Shop in Rutland, Vermont. Erected in 1941, the memorial is located in a triangular-shaped park at the intersection of route 125 and route 7 in downtown Middlebury, Vermont…

The sculpture was designed and sculpted with funding from the Federal Arts Project, and erected with funding from the Works Progress Administration.[2] Since its dedication in 1941, the Emma Willard Memorial has been maintained by the Daughters of the American Revolution and is presently administered by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Ethan Allen Chapter, Middlebury, Vermont.”

Emma Willard Memorial - Back ViewEmma Willard Historic Site Marker

 

Source notes

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Willard_Memorial

Project originally submitted by Devin Colman on July 27, 2012.

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Location Info


Main St. and North Pleasant St.
Middlebury, VT 05753

Coordinates: 44.01491153327227, -73.16704373068848

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