Statues - Hither & Thither

United States of America
Denver
Colorado

City Park

Robert Burns

1759-1796
Scottish poet
(Wikipedia)
William Grant Stevenson
1904

Denver /  Robert Burns   Denver /  Robert Burns

Description

Bronze statue.

Inscription(s)

BURNS
"A POET PEASANT BORN,
who more of fame's immortal dower
unto his country brings,
than all her kings."

erected and unveiled by
Caledonian Club no. 1 of Denver, Colo.
July 4, 1904

Signature

W Grant Stevenson ... / Edins 1903

Annotation

The monument is surrounded by Civil War Union Artillery donated and first flower garden established by the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in 1894 through 1897.

Old Postcard(s)

 
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Sculptor

Sources & Information

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Location (N 39°44'49" - W 104°57'13")

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