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Pedestal, Gray Wood

Gray painted wood pedestal.

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Pedestal, Wood

Grey painted wood pedestal.

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Pedestal for Eagle, [Wood]

Wood triangular shaped pedestal base four holes drilled on top. Wood painted white.

The pedestal for the bronze "Wings of the Morning" (Edgar B. Flint Memorial) being lowered

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

The pedestal for "Wings of the Morning" (Edgar B. Flint Memorial) being lowered

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Workers install the pedestal for "Wings of the Morning" (Edgar B. Flint Memorial) in the Columbarium at Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Workers install the pedestal for "Wings of the Morning" (Edgar B. Flint Memorial) at Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Close-up of pedestal for "Leaping Gazelle" at an unidentified private residence

In 1936, Marshall Fredericks entered a national competition to design a memorial honoring Levi L. Barbour for Belle Isle, an island park in Detroit, Michigan. Barbour, a prominent lawyer who had been instrumental in the purchase of the island as a public park, bequeathed $20,000 to the city for the purpose of erecting some permanent structure on…