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View of Chrysler Corporation headquarters

Chrysler Corporation Headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Site of "Leaping Gazelle," "Victory Eagle" (American Eagle) and "Siberian Ram".

View from Chrylser Corporation of Auburn Hills and Pontiac, Michigan

Chrysler Corporation Headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Site of "Leaping Gazelle," "Victory Eagle" (American Eagle) and "Siberian Ram".

View of Chrysler Corporation

Chrysler Corporation Headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Site of "Leaping Gazelle," "Victory Eagle" (American Eagle) and "Siberian Ram".

Chrylser Corporation - bronze "Siberian Ram"

Fredericks first completed Siberian Ram in 1941, but a 24-inch tall sculpture installed in 1966 at the rose garden of the Henry Ford estate in Dearborn, Michigan is the first documented bronze cast.

Fredericks carved a Siberian Ram in limestone on commission for the Birmingham-Bloomfield Bank which in 1972 donated the 30-inch tall stone…

Rosalind Fredericks and others look out the window at Chrysler Corporation

Chrysler Corporation Headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Site of "Leaping Gazelle," "Victory Eagle" (American Eagle) and "Siberian Ram".

Bronze "Siberian Ram" at Chrysler Corporation

Fredericks first completed Siberian Ram in 1941, but a 24-inch tall sculpture installed in 1966 at the rose garden of the Henry Ford estate in Dearborn, Michigan is the first documented bronze cast.

Fredericks carved a Siberian Ram in limestone on commission for the Birmingham-Bloomfield Bank which in 1972 donated the 30-inch tall stone…

View of "Siberian Ram" at Chrysler Corporation

Fredericks first completed Siberian Ram in 1941, but a 24-inch tall sculpture installed in 1966 at the rose garden of the Henry Ford estate in Dearborn, Michigan is the first documented bronze cast.

Fredericks carved a Siberian Ram in limestone on commission for the Birmingham-Bloomfield Bank which in 1972 donated the 30-inch tall stone…

"Siberian Ram" at Chrysler Corporation

Fredericks first completed Siberian Ram in 1941, but a 24-inch tall sculpture installed in 1966 at the rose garden of the Henry Ford estate in Dearborn, Michigan is the first documented bronze cast.

Fredericks carved a Siberian Ram in limestone on commission for the Birmingham-Bloomfield Bank which in 1972 donated the 30-inch tall stone…

Marshall Fredericks and others pose with "Leaping Gazelle" at Chrysler Corporation

In 1936, Fredericks won a National Award Competition to design a fountain for the Levi L. Barbour Memorial, located on Belle Isle, an island park in Detroit, Michigan. Mounted 16 feet high on a granite pedestal, the bronze sculpture sits in a fountain basin. Four small carved granite animals surround the gazelle.

Fredericks said: “I used this…

Bronze "Leaping Gazelle" at Chrysler Corporation

In 1936, Fredericks won a National Award Competition to design a fountain for the Levi L. Barbour Memorial, located on Belle Isle, an island park in Detroit, Michigan. Mounted 16 feet high on a granite pedestal, the bronze sculpture sits in a fountain basin. Four small carved granite animals surround the gazelle.

Fredericks said: “I used this…