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August 11, 2015


Aimee Newell

Hi Megan: Thanks for reading our blog and posting. You make an excellent point. The three figures may also hold some symbolic significance since there are several Masonic ideas and concepts that also employ three figures. Thanks again for posting a comment! Aimee Newell, Director of Collections

Megan Scallan Melvin

The three male figures on the side of the punchbowl are George Washington, Joseph Warren, and Richard Montgomery (the heroic generals of the American Revolution mentioned Rushton's poem).

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