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1st Regiment Infantry National Guard of Philadelphia

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Year  1911
Location  Philadelphia
Created  1911
Type  Bronze
Artist  Henry Kirke Bush-Brown
Media  Bronze
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Dimensions  210 cm × 140 cm × 120 cm (84 in × 54 in × 48 in)
Owner  City of Philadelphia Fairmount Park Commission

1st Regiment Infantry National Guard of Philadelphia, also known as the Spirit of '61, is a bronze statue by Henry Kirke Bush-Brown. It is located at the Union League Club, 140 South Broad Street, in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The sculpture is positioned adjacent to John Wilson's sculpture Washington Grays Monument.

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