U. S. Able Corporate Center 320 West Capital Street Little Rock Arkansas 72201
1961. Dedicated April 28, 1961
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Arkansas survey, 1993.
Image on file.
(On lower edge of proper left shoulder:) S. Schnittmann 1961 (On bronze plaque, upper west face of base:) CASIMIR PULASKI/1748-1779/S.S. SCHNITTMANN SCULPTOR FECIT/1961 (On bronze plaque directly below previous plaque:) This heroic memorial bust of Count/Casimir Pulaski was originally placed/in the lobby of the Third and Spring/street office of Pulaski Federal Savings/and Loan Association, in April 1961, and served/for many years as a corporate symbol,/is located here as a link to our past/and as acknowledgement of our/country's debt to this Revolutionary/War hero. signed
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Portrait bust of Count Casimir Pulaski. He wears 18th century military uniform. The bronze bust has a green-gray patina and stands on a rough-hewn square granite base.