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From the book, “Sculpture,” by Lee Lawrie, published by J. H. Jansen, Cleveland, 1936.  A number of libraries have this book, but some sell them off as unwanted and passe.   

Pictured here is the World War Memorial from St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Manhattan, also done by architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue.


Hover over the image to see the sketch where Lawrie first designed it.

Below, is a frieze of angels, from the Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago.

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