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"Youth in the Hands of God" after wash

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Title

"Youth in the Hands of God" after wash

Subject

Aluminum sculpture--20th century
Figure sculpture, American--20th century.
Fredericks, Marshall M., 1908-1998
Outdoor sculpture--United States.
Public sculpture, American
Saginaw Valley State University. Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum

Description

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 library planned to take the sculpture with them to the new building, but it remained on the empty building for several years. In 1993 the sculpture was sold and now resides at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum at Saginaw Valley State University.

Source

Marshall M. Fredericks Papers
Series V, Box 24 Folder 29

Date

n.d.

Rights

Use of this image requires permission from the Marshall M. Fredericks Archives.

Relation

V-24-29

Format

image/jpeg

Type

Image

Identifier

20

Coverage

University Center (Mich.)

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Original Format

Black and white print

Physical Dimensions

3.5" x 5"

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