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Detroit James Scott Fountain Postcard

$0.98
SKU: 14-109-PC

Description

Completed in 1925, the fountain in Belle Isle Park in Detroit, MI honors the controversial James Scott, who was described as a "vindictive, scurrilous misanthrope" by author W. Hawkins Ferry. When Scott died in 1910 with no heirs, he bequeathed $200,000 of his estate to the City of Detroit with the condition that the fountain be a tribute to himself and include a life-sized bronze statue of him – which can be found in an inconspicuous spot behind the fountain.

Size: 4"x6"
Paper: Premium textured card stock
Finish: Non-glossy
Postage: Postcard stamp

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© Christopher Arndt Images. All rights reserved. This derivative work is used under Creative Commons license (CC BY 2.0) with attribution to PCFISHHK.

Detroit James Scott Fountain Postcard
Christopher Arndt Postcard Co

Detroit James Scott Fountain Postcard

$0.98

Completed in 1925, the fountain in Belle Isle Park in Detroit, MI honors the controversial James Scott, who was described as a "vindictive, scurrilous misanthrope" by author W. Hawkins Ferry. When Scott died in 1910 with no heirs, he bequeathed $200,000 of his estate to the City of Detroit with the condition that the fountain be a tribute to himself and include a life-sized bronze statue of him – which can be found in an inconspicuous spot behind the fountain.

Size: 4"x6"
Paper: Premium textured card stock
Finish: Non-glossy
Postage: Postcard stamp

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© Christopher Arndt Images. All rights reserved. This derivative work is used under Creative Commons license (CC BY 2.0) with attribution to PCFISHHK.

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