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Corps of Discovery Sculpture
Corps of Discovery Sculpture
TitleCorps of Discovery Sculpture
DescriptionThe bronze statue entitled "Corps of Discovery" is located in Case Park at 8th and Jefferson streets in Kansas City, Missouri. Sculpted by Eugene Daub, the Lewis and Clark statue, commemorating the Lewis and Clark expedition, is 18 feet tall and 21 feet wide. The five figures are Lewis, Clark, Sacagawea, York, and Seaman, Lewis' dog. It was dedicated April 20, 2000. A replica of the sculpture can be seen in the Missouri Valley Room of the Kansas City Public Library.
Date2003
PhotographerDaniel Coleman
Item TypePhotograph, b/w, 8 x 10 in.
CollectionGeneral Collection (P1), Statues--Lewis and Clark, #2
SubjectSculpture
Monuments
Local SubjectLewis and Clark Point
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Lewis, Meriwether
Clark, William
Statues
Daub, Eugene
Sacagawea
York
Case Park
Corps of Discovery Sculpture
Digital FormatJPEG
Barcode10016872
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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