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Lean on US
September 11 memorial monument.
Bronze sculpture of journalist and historian Genevieve Towsley, author of "A view of Historic Naperville."
Spirit of the American Navy
Five years after his success with “The Spirit of the American Doughboy,” artist E.M. Viquesney created this sculpture, “The Spirit of the American Navy” with its first U.S. installation in November, 1927. “Sailorboy” was meant to be a companion to the 135-plus “Doughboy” sculptures. When sales were slow after eight stamped sheet copper editions had been created, production stopped. This copy was discovered in an antique store in Pennwater, Michigan. Its owners had purchased him from a Chicago junkyard in the early 1900’s. No record exists of this sculpture even being permanently erected in any location. Now our “Sailorboy” stands tall, waving to his WWI companion across Burlington Square Park in joint remembrance of service in the “War to End All Wars.”
Golden Rule Days
Sculpture in honor of rural teacher Reba Steck who taught for 48 years, training her students to live by the Golden Rule.
Call for Artists!
September 3, 2015
News updated: 5/26/2015 11:05 AM In memory of Naperville's Wehrli, Lincoln sculpture envisioned in town
May 26, 2015 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson
Naperville commits money to maintain public art
March 31, 2015 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson
Public art group seeks more money from Naperville
February 13, 2015 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson