Major General John A. Logan, also known as the General John A. Logan Monument and Logan Circle Monument, is an equestrian statue in Washington, D.C. that honors politician and Civil War general John A. Logan. The monument is sited in the center of Logan Circle, a traffic circle and public park in the Logan Circle neighborhood. The statue was sculpted by artist Franklin Simmons, whose other prominent works include the Peace Monument and statues in the National Statuary Hall Collection. The architect of the statue base was Richard Morris Hunt, designer of prominent buildings including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island. Prominent attendees at the dedication ceremony in 1901 included President William McKinley, members of his cabinet, Sen

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  • Major General John A. Logan, ou John A. Logan Memorial, est une statue équestre située à Washington, honorant le major général de la guerre de Sécession et homme politique John Alexander Logan. Elle se trouve au centre du Logan Circle (en) et se compose d'une sculpture en bronze créée par Franklin Simmons (en) posée sur un socle. Le monument est inscrit au National Register of Historic Places dans l'ensemble des Monuments de la guerre de Sécession à Washington. * Portail de la guerre de Sécession Portail de la guerre de Sécession * Portail de Washington, D.C. Portail de Washington, D.C. * Portail de la sculpture Portail de la sculpture (fr)
  • Major General John A. Logan, also known as the General John A. Logan Monument and Logan Circle Monument, is an equestrian statue in Washington, D.C. that honors politician and Civil War general John A. Logan. The monument is sited in the center of Logan Circle, a traffic circle and public park in the Logan Circle neighborhood. The statue was sculpted by artist Franklin Simmons, whose other prominent works include the Peace Monument and statues in the National Statuary Hall Collection. The architect of the statue base was Richard Morris Hunt, designer of prominent buildings including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island. Prominent attendees at the dedication ceremony in 1901 included President William McKinley, members of his cabinet, Senator Chauncey Depew, Senator Shelby Moore Cullom, and General Grenville M. Dodge. The sculpture is one of eighteen Civil War monuments in Washington, D.C., which were collectively listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The bronze sculpture rests on a bronze and granite base adorned with two reliefs depicting historically inaccurate moments in Logan's life. The monument and surrounding park are owned and maintained by the National Park Service, a federal agency of the Interior Department. (en)
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  • Major General John A. Logan, ou John A. Logan Memorial, est une statue équestre située à Washington, honorant le major général de la guerre de Sécession et homme politique John Alexander Logan. Elle se trouve au centre du Logan Circle (en) et se compose d'une sculpture en bronze créée par Franklin Simmons (en) posée sur un socle. Le monument est inscrit au National Register of Historic Places dans l'ensemble des Monuments de la guerre de Sécession à Washington. (fr)
  • Major General John A. Logan, also known as the General John A. Logan Monument and Logan Circle Monument, is an equestrian statue in Washington, D.C. that honors politician and Civil War general John A. Logan. The monument is sited in the center of Logan Circle, a traffic circle and public park in the Logan Circle neighborhood. The statue was sculpted by artist Franklin Simmons, whose other prominent works include the Peace Monument and statues in the National Statuary Hall Collection. The architect of the statue base was Richard Morris Hunt, designer of prominent buildings including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island. Prominent attendees at the dedication ceremony in 1901 included President William McKinley, members of his cabinet, Sen (en)
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