Administered by City of Baltimore Recreation and Parks 2600 Madison Avenue Baltimore Maryland 21217
Located North Lakewood & East Fayette Streets Baltimore Maryland
Copyrighted 1921. Dedicated June 11, 1943
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Maryland, Baltimore survey, 1993.
The Sun (Baltimore, MD), June 30, 1947.
Image on file.
(On heel of right boot:) GORHAM CO. FOUNDERS (On left boot:) THEO A. R. KITSON/SC (On base:) DEDICATED/TO THE/UNITED/SPANISH WAR VETERANS/1898-1902 (On plaque on lower base:) ERECTED 1943/PRESENTED BY THE STATE OF MARYLAND/WILLIAM M. MILLER/DEPT. COMDR. signed Founder's mark appears.
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A soldier from the Spanish-American war stands with his weight on his proper right foot, his left foot placed slightly forward. He is dressed in uniform, including a munitions belt, knee-high laced boots, and a wide-brimmed hat. He holds a rifle across the front of his body. The sculpture is mounted on a rectangular base, with a finished edge framing the rough granite into which a Greek cross has been cut. A low fence surrounds the sculpture.
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