Monumental Seattle: The Stories Behind the City's Statues, Memorials, and Markers by Robert Spalding

Monumental Seattle: The Stories Behind the City's Statues, Memorials, and Markers

Robert Spalding

nonfiction art design history informative slow-paced

236 pages

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Beginning with the 1899 installation of a stolen Tlingit totem pole at Pioneer Square and stretching to Safeco Field's 2017 Ken Griffey Jr. sculpture, Seattle offers an impressive abundance of public monuments, statues, busts, and plaques. Whether...
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