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Circle of Friends Sculptures, Chautauqua Institution
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The Circle of Friends sculptures were purchased by the Chautauqua Institution Department of Religion for display near the Hall of Missions (white building).  According to the sculptor, Kirsten Engstrom of Mayville, NY, the figures symbolize individuals joining together to solve problems.  The Hall of Philosophy can be see in the distance.

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