Elevator Doors Depicting Allegorical Figures by Lee Lawrie

Elevator Doors Depicting Allegorical Figures

Public Sculptures by Lee Lawrie seen at 600 California, San Francisco - Elevator Doors Depicting Allegorical Figures
Public Sculptures by Lee Lawrie seen at 600 California, San Francisco - Elevator Doors Depicting Allegorical FiguresPublic Sculptures by Lee Lawrie seen at 600 California, San Francisco - Elevator Doors Depicting Allegorical FiguresPublic Sculptures by Lee Lawrie seen at 600 California, San Francisco - Elevator Doors Depicting Allegorical Figures
This pair of brass elevator doors was originally created for the Education Building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, circa 1930-31. Fortunately, they were salvaged and have been installed here just outside the main entrance to the 600 California Office Building. These classical, Art Deco figures represent Exploration, Literature, Architecture and Drama, Religion, Physical Labor, Sculpture and Music.

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