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Ed Galloway, Totem Pole Park

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Visiting Information

I-44 exit 255. Rte 20 west into Claremore, then right on Rte 66. 11 miles north to Foyil. Right on Rte 28A, then four miles east; on south side.

About the Artist/Site

Cement tower like a totem pole. Placed on back of cement turtle. Cement tree, entry posts, table and chairs, building with murals, bas reliefs. Galloway later lived in Springfield, KS making sculpture.  Indian motifs.

~SPACES Archives

SPACES Archives Holdings

1 folder: clippings, correspondence, images, nat’l historic places registration form

Related Documents

Pamphlet for Galloway’s Totem Pole Park

Pages 24 and 25 of National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form

memo about Galloway site

postcard to SPACES/Seymour Rosen from Willem Volkersz, 9/22/1986

Letter to SPACES/Seymour Rosen from Cathey Edwards, 9/26/1983

Letter to Joy Galloway from Barbara Brackman, Kansas Grassroots Art Association, 8/30/1986

Letter to Mary Ann Anders from Alan Jabbour, American Folk Life Center, 10/22/1982

Letter to Mary Ann Anders from SPACES/Seymour Rosen, 2/28/1983

Letter to SPACES/Seymour Rosen from Mary Ann Anders, 2/24/1983

Letter to Mary Ann Anders from SPACES/Seymour Rosen, 2/16/1983

Letter to Mary Ann Anders from SPACES/Seymour Rosen, 11/30/1982

letter to SPACES/Seymour Rosen from Nancy Dummer, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 11/26/1982

Letter to Mary Ann Anders from Ruth DeYoung Kohler, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 11/24/1982

Letter to Ruth DeYoung Kohler, John Michael Kohler Arts Center from Mary Ann Anders, 10/29/1982

Bio of Nathan Edward Galloway, 11/1/1982

Letter to SPACES/Seymour Rosen from Mary Ann Anders, 10/18/1982

Letter to Mary Ann Anders from SPACES/Seymour Rosen, 10/12/1982

Letter to SPACES/Seymour Rosen from Mary Ann Anders, 8/19/1982

Letter to OK Governor from SPACES/Seymour Rosen, 10/12/1982

Letter to Mrs. Paul Galloway from Barbara Brackman, Kansas Grassroots Art Association, 6/8/1982

Letter to SPACES/Seymour Rosen from Barbara Brackman, Kansas Grassroots Art Association, 6/8/1982

Fact Sheet for Ed Galloway’s Workshop and Park

press release for Save the Totem Pole Project

Map and site information

Not Exact Address
Claremore, Oklahoma, United States
Latitude/Longitude: 36.437641 / -95.516214

Visiting Information

I-44 exit 255. Rte 20 west into Claremore, then right on Rte 66. 11 miles north to Foyil. Right on Rte 28A, then four miles east; on south side.

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