Monumental American Obelisks: Centennial Vistas

Zukowsky, John
December 1976
Art Bulletin;Dec76, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p574
Academic Journal
Provides information on monumental American obelisks. Convertion of the Fort Griswold Monument in Groton, Connecticut into an obelisk in 1881; Commemoration of a soldier-president at the Lincoln Mausoleum at Springfield, Illinois; Characteristics of the Saratoga Battle Monument in Schuylerville, New York by Jared Clark Markham.


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