Bass Reeves Pour
Date: 5/1/2012 Album ID: 1474102
Photos by By: Tina Dale
Molten bronze is poured into plaster molds at the Crucible, a foundry in Norman, Okla. Workers welded together the 40 bronze castings to form the statue of Bass Reeves that will greet those driving across the Garrison Avenue bridge into Fort Smith.
Molten bronze is poured into a plaster mold of the horses tail at the Crucible, a foundry in Norman, Okla. Workers welded together the 40 bronze castings to form the statue of Bass Reeves that will greet those driving across the Garrison Avenue bridge into Fort Smith.
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 Workers at the Crucible, a foundry in Norman, Okla., work on the Bass Reeves statue that now graces downtown Fort Smith.
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Molten bronze is poured into a plaster mold of the horses tail at the Crucible, a foundry in Norman, Okla. Workers welded together the 40 bronze castings to form the statue of Bass Reeves that will greet those driving across the Garrison Avenue bridge into Fort Smith.
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Molten bronze is poured into a plaster mold of the horses tail at the Crucible, a foundry in Norman, Okla. Workers welded together the 40 bronze castings to form the statue of Bass Reeves that will greet those driving across the Garrison Avenue bridge into Fort Smith.
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Approximately 20 of these small replicas of the Bass Reeves statue, which now graces downtown Fort Smith, will be given to special donors to the Bass Reeves Legacy Initiative.
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Approximately 20 of these small replicas of the Bass Reeves statue, which now graces downtown Fort Smith, will be given to special donors to the Bass Reeves Legacy Initiative.
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