Monument, 2015, made formal reference to civic monument archetypes, with the twist of being modernized by color, material, and separation from a building. The lending library supports a 1894 Mark Twain quote that it was written during the same time period as the construction of the Soldiers’ and Sailor’s Monument. The quote suggests that books and libraries offer a more durable monument to society and culture than does the stone edifice, and this implication strongly correlates to the free
Date created: 2015
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