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Chris Steffensen, Queen Margrethe II, Marshall Fredericks and Wener Valeur-Jensen admire "Leaping Gazelle" at Marselisborg Castle

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…

Editor of "Den Danske Pioneer" Chris Steffensen, Queen Margrethe II, Marshall Fredericks and Werner Valeur-Jensen pose for the Danish press in front of "Leaping Gazelle" at Marselisborg Castle

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…

Chris Steffensen, Queen Margrethe II, Marshall Fredericks and Wener Valeur-Jensen with "Leaping Gazelle" at Marselisborg Castle

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…

Chris Steffensen, Queen Margrethe II and Marshall Fredericks with "Leaping Gazelle" at Marselisborg Castle

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…