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Monument to typify the apotheosis of American civilization projected for the site of the World's Fair at Chicago known as Jackson Park - General Plan
Named collection: Désiré Despradelle Collection
Object type: drawing
Maker: Despradelle, Constant Désiré
Date made: 1893 - 1900
Materials: reprographic print; colored pencil; paper; board
Site location: Chicago, Illinois
Measurements: 24 1/2 in x 30 1/4 in
Plan type/view: site plan
Site plan showing the monument's location within Jackson Park. Plan of monument inset in lower right corner.