Thomas Paine Monument, New Rochelle

Thomas Paine was first memorialized in New Rochelle with a 12.5-foot-high monument designed by John Frazee that was dedicated on November 9, 1839, at the foot of Paine Avenue.  The bronze bust sculpted by James Wilson McDonald was added on May 30, 1899.  The Paine monument was rededicated and gifted to the City of New Rochelle on October 14, 1905. (Barbara Davis)

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Taken: 27/05/2012
Uploaded: 27/05/2012
Updated: 29/03/2015


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