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New home for a familiar face

October 10, 2015
statue of Frederick Douglass in a glass case on the library staircase as people walk past

The bust of abolitionist and leader Frederick Douglass sits in its new home on the stairway landing in the Great Hall of Rush Rhees Library. The statue is one of the oldest on campus, having¬†been dedicated and placed in Sibley Hall on the University’s original Prince Street campus in 1879.

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