Horace Greeley, Statue in the United States of America
Description: The Horace Greeley statue is located at Herald Square, New York City.
History: The sculpture was created to honor Horace Greeley, founder of the New York Tribune.
Culture: Greeley's influence on journalism marks a significant period in American history.
Practical: Visitors can view the statue at the bustling intersection near 34th Street and Sixth Avenue.
Did you know ?: The statue features Alexander Doyle's work, showcasing 19th-century artistic craftsmanship.
Creator: Alexander Doyle
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