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Two students on a location shoot in front of a frieze in Lafayette Park.
- circa 1943 (Creation)
Print, Photographic, b&w, 8" x 10"
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The frieze, which symbolizes the power of water, is part of a fountain in Lafayette Park created in September 1934. It was designed and sculpted by Henry Lion, Jason Herron, and Sherry Peticolas.