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Looking Back: Maeser Statue Unveiling

An old photo of the unveiling of the Karl G. Maeser statue placed outside of a building with a crowd and photographers gathered around to see it.
Photo courtesy of L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UAP2 F221

On Nov. 7, 1958, workers reveal sculptor Ortho R. Fairbanks’s (’50) depiction of BYU founder Karl G. Maeser, standing in front of the Eyring Science Center, its original location.

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