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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.

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Archives Collection Extant and Details

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

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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