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Marshall Fredericks at the Danish Village dedication

Marshall Fredericks and Robert Roselle, Chairman of the Board, Lutheran Social Services of Michigan, at the Danish Village Dedication in Rochester Hills, Michigan on June 6, 1981.

Marshall Fredericks speaking at the Danish Village groundbreaking

Marshall Fredericks speaking at the Danish Village groundbreaking in Rochester Hills, Michigan on September 30, 1978.

Front/side view of "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) at Danish Village

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

Danish Village - "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) - front view

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

Front view of "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) at Danish Village

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

"Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain" at Danish Village in Rochester Hills, Michigan

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

Danish Village - "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain)

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

Close-up of the Nordic Swan from "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) at Danish Village

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

The Nordic Swan from "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) at Danish Village

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…

The Ugly Duckling from "Nordic Swan and the Ugly Duckling" (Hans Christian Andersen Fountain) at Danish Village

This sculpture represents Fredericks' interpretation of Hans Christian Andersen's popular story, The Ugly Duckling. Unlike Fredericks' portrayals of other literary subjects, this sculpture illustrates not one moment in the story, but two.

Fredericks placed the unhappy duckling driven from place to place because of his ugliness at the base of…