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Just One of the Multiple Grotesque Faces of Stone Found on the Original Cambridge Public Library Located on Broadway in Cambridge, MA

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A Curious Brass Owl Peeks Out Between Two Old Volumes on Display in a Glass Case at the Main Branch of the Worcester Public Library on Salem Street in Worcester, MA


A Gargoyle With a Bat-Like Face Clutches a Shield in His Reptilian Claws as He Peers Down From the Original Stone Facade of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library in Cambridge, MA


One of the Many Stone Faces Found on the Original Building of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library Built in 1889

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This Grotesque Visage, Found on the Side of the Merrick Public Library in Brookfield, Is a Gargoyle in the Truest Sense of the Definition: a Decorative Waterspout in the Form of a Human or Animal Face or Figure


A Strange Scaly Rat-Like Creature Spotted Crawling on the Original Stone Facade of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library in Cambridge, MA

Bearded Face Cambridge Public Library
A Mysterious Hooded and Bearded Face Peers out From the Original Stone Edifice of the Main Branch of the Cambridge Public Library on Broadway in Cambridge, MA