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(June 16–21, 2005)

Jim Liesenfeld

Little Redfish Lake

Yischon Liaw

Swann Memorial Fountain at Logan Square

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

June 21, 2005 - 6:59 PM EST

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Although a circle since after World War I, Logan Square is one of the original five squares designated as parks under William Penn's provisions.

The bronze figures represent Philadelphia rivers: the Delaware, the Schuylkill, and the Wissahickon as the man, the woman, and the young girl respectively. All the sculptures are by Alexander Stirling Calder, the son of Alexander Milne Calder, and the father of Alexander Calder.

During hot summer days, local residents wade and play in the fountain to cool off and have fun.

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