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The Plaque reads as:

A French sculptor and friend of De Laboulaye, he created the statue of “Liberty Enlightening the World” and selected its site inspired by his first view of New York harbor, Bartholdi later wrote, “The statue was born for this place which inspired its conception”.

A gift from Ed and Rhona Libov to the city we love
Phillip Ratner – Sculptor

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03-Apr-2021
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