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An unidentified group of people pose in front of "Freedom of the Human Spirit" in Shain Park

An unidentified group of people pose in front of Freedom of the Human Spirit in Shain Park.tif
The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

"Freedom of the Human Spirit" in Shain Park with a crowd of people behind it

Freedom of the Human Spirit in Shain Park with a crowd of people behind it.tif
The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

View from below of bronze full-scale "Freedom of the Human Spirit" in Shain Park

View from below of bronze full-scale Freedom of the Human Spirit in Shain Park.tif
The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

Marshall Fredericks begins to remove the tarp covering "Freedom of the Human Spirit"

Marshall Fredericks begins to remove the tarp covering Freedom of the Human Spirit.tif
The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

Marshall Fredericks walking away from "Freedom of the Human Spirit" in Shain Park following its unveiling

Marshall Fredericks walking away from Freedom of the Human Spirit in Shain Park following its unveiling.tif
The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

"Freedom of the Human Spirit" covered by a tarp

Freedom of the Human Spirit covered by a tarp.tif
The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

"Youth in the Hands of God" after pressure wash

Youth in the Hands of God after pressure wash.tif
The façade of the New Dallas Public Library contained an 880-pound, 20 foot high aluminum sculpture by Marshall Fredericks entitled "Youth in the Hands of God." Symbolizing "the hands of God supporting youth reaching for learning through the medium of literature," the $12,000 relief sculpture depicted two hands lifting a boy wearing blue jeans. The…

View of "Youth in the Hands of God" after wash

View of Youth in the Hands of God after wash.tif
The façade of the New Dallas Public Library contained an 880-pound, 20 foot high aluminum sculpture by Marshall Fredericks entitled "Youth in the Hands of God." Symbolizing "the hands of God supporting youth reaching for learning through the medium of literature," the $12,000 relief sculpture depicted two hands lifting a boy wearing blue jeans. The…

"Youth in the Hands of God" after wash

Youth in the Hands of God after wash.tif
The façade of the New Dallas Public Library contained an 880-pound, 20 foot high aluminum sculpture by Marshall Fredericks entitled "Youth in the Hands of God." Symbolizing "the hands of God supporting youth reaching for learning through the medium of literature," the $12,000 relief sculpture depicted two hands lifting a boy wearing blue jeans. The…

Hand of the youth from "Youth in the Hands of God" after wash

Hand of the youth from Youth in the Hands of God after wash.tif
The façade of the New Dallas Public Library contained an 880-pound, 20 foot high aluminum sculpture by Marshall Fredericks entitled "Youth in the Hands of God." Symbolizing "the hands of God supporting youth reaching for learning through the medium of literature," the $12,000 relief sculpture depicted two hands lifting a boy wearing blue jeans. The…