"Memorial Flagpole" (1927) by Lee Lawrie and Bertram Goodhue

(Also known as "Goodhue Flagpole")


Flagpole design by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Architect
Bronze relief sculpture by Lee Lawrie, Sculptor
 
DESCRIPTION:  115-foot steel, teakwood and copper flagpole with bronze relief sculpture and granite base
The flagpole and bronze sculpture was dedicated Feb. 12, 1927, in memory of the City of Pasadena's citizens who served in World War I.  The names of the dead are listed at the base of the pole with the inscription shown below with the date MCMXVII (1917).

THE PUBLIC ART:
    
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INSCRIPTION:  
"IN PROVD REMEMBRANCE OF OUR GLORIVS DEAD   MCMXVII"
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DETAIL:
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THE PUBLIC PLACE:
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LOCATION: northeast corner of S. Orange Grove Blvd. 
and W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena