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English: Fountain of Time sculpture in Washington Park in Chicago

Fountain of Time was authored by Lorado Taft, who died October 30, 1936. Fountain of Time itself, is, therefore, as follows:

Category:Images of Chicago

Category:Outdoor sculptures in Chicago
Date August 29, 2007
(1 September 2007 (original upload date))
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  • Sculpture: Lorado Taft.
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