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The girls admire the gilt bronze mouse from "The Lion and Mouse"

The girls admire the gilt bronze mouse from The Lion and Mouse.jpg
This sculpture illustrates the well known Aesop Fable of “The Lion and the Mouse.” Fredericks’ rendition depicts the end of the story in which the tiny mouse returns the king of the jungle’s kindness by saving him from a hunter’s trap.

The J. L. Hudson Company commissioned this sculpture for Eastland Center in Harper Woods, Michigan. Like…

Marshall and Rosalind Fredericks and their daughters pose with "The Lion and Mouse"

Marshall and Rosalind Fredericks and their daughters pose with The Lion and Mouse.jpg
This sculpture illustrates the well known Aesop Fable of “The Lion and the Mouse.” Fredericks’ rendition depicts the end of the story in which the tiny mouse returns the king of the jungle’s kindness by saving him from a hunter’s trap.

The J. L. Hudson Company commissioned this sculpture for Eastland Center in Harper Woods, Michigan. Like…

Marshall Fredericks' daughters with "The Lion and Mouse"

Marshall Fredericks' daughters with The Lion and Mouse.jpg
This sculpture illustrates the well known Aesop Fable of “The Lion and the Mouse.” Fredericks’ rendition depicts the end of the story in which the tiny mouse returns the king of the jungle’s kindness by saving him from a hunter’s trap.

The J. L. Hudson Company commissioned this sculpture for Eastland Center in Harper Woods, Michigan. Like…

The Fredericks girls pose with "The Lion and Mouse"

The Fredericks girls pose with The Lion and Mouse.jpg
This sculpture illustrates the well known Aesop Fable of “The Lion and the Mouse.” Fredericks’ rendition depicts the end of the story in which the tiny mouse returns the king of the jungle’s kindness by saving him from a hunter’s trap.

The J. L. Hudson Company commissioned this sculpture for Eastland Center in Harper Woods, Michigan. Like…

Rosalind, Suzanne (Suki) and Frances Fredericks with "The Lion and Mouse"

Rosalind, Suzanne (Suki) and Frances Fredericks with The Lion and Mouse.jpg
This sculpture illustrates the well known Aesop Fable of “The Lion and the Mouse.” Fredericks’ rendition depicts the end of the story in which the tiny mouse returns the king of the jungle’s kindness by saving him from a hunter’s trap.

The J. L. Hudson Company commissioned this sculpture for Eastland Center in Harper Woods, Michigan. Like…