Statue worker Clarence Philpot of Karkadoulias Bronze Art from Cincinnati OH gives a touch up to a statue of president Andrew Jackson that is on the Capitol grounds in 1997. Jackson’s image has tarnished again in recent years with a call to remove his image from the $20 bill.
Statue worker Clarence Philpot of Karkadoulias Bronze Art from Cincinnati OH gives a touch up to a statue of president Andrew Jackson that is on the Capitol grounds in 1997. Jackson’s image has tarnished again in recent years with a call to remove his image from the $20 bill. Chris Seward NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Statue worker Clarence Philpot of Karkadoulias Bronze Art from Cincinnati OH gives a touch up to a statue of president Andrew Jackson that is on the Capitol grounds in 1997. Jackson’s image has tarnished again in recent years with a call to remove his image from the $20 bill. Chris Seward NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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