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English: Cast in concrete and painted gold, this is one of the eagles that stood on pedestals along Lakeshore Drive and Michigan Avenue in Downtown Chicago during the World's Fair. This one retains its World's Fair paper label on the base (See File:1934 Chicago World's Fair Paper Label.JPG). Picture taken at the The Temporary American Eagle Exhibit at Taylor University.
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Author Picture: Jorfer Sculpture: Unknown

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