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Alice in Wonderland sculpture by Jose de Creeft (1959), Central Park, NYC. Other title: Margaret Delacorte Memorial

Date Photo: 23. Juni 2007
Sculpture: dedicated May 7, 1959
Source Alice in Wonderland, Central Park
Author Photo: Tracey Holman
Sculpture: Jose de Creeft (1884-1982)
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