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44 E 14th St, New York, NY 10003, USA
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On the sign:
George Washington statue; sculptor Henry Kirke Brown, assisted by John Quincy Adams Ward, July 4, 1856.

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Part of a series of 22 plaques surrounding Union Square depicting the history of the square from 1600 to 1882 - the year in which the first Labor Day Parade took place at Union Square, and labor movement events that were held in the United States (Union)

The plaques are made of bronze, designed by Gregg LeFevre and set up in 2002

Statue of the First President of the United States George Washington Rides a Horse Staged for the Independence Day Celebrations in 1856. Initially, the statue was placed in the middle of Fourth Avenue (in conjunction with 14th Street) Today the statue is at the South Entrance Park at 5 Union Square E, New York , NY
The bronze sculpture is the oldest of New York Parks’s outdoor sculptures, and one of the first "President on a Horse" (Equestrian statue) (the first was Andrew Jackson’s statue)

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