Posts Tagged ‘Worcester Public Library’

Owl WPL
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 (Originally Published on Gargoyles and Grotesques on September 3, 2017)

Owl Worcester Public Library
A Bronze Owl (Symbol of Knowledge and Wisdom) on Display Next to Couple of Volumes From the “Anne of Green Gables” Book Series in a Glass Case at the Main Branch of the Worcester Public Library on Salem Street

Owl WPL
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

Major Taylor WPL 2B
A Bronze Statue of Marshall Walter “Major” Taylor, the African-American World Champion Cyclist Known as “The Worcester Whirlwind”, Stands as Part of Large Granite and Marble Monument to the Man and His Accomplishments Outside the Worcester Public Library on Salem Street in Worcester, MA

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This Small Bronze Owl Is on Display in a Glass Case at the Main Branch of the Worcester Public Library on Salem Street