Catholic Total Abstinence Union Fountain, Philadelphia

The Centennial Fountain of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union, also known as "The Centennial Fountain", was built in West Fairmont Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1876 to celebrate, along with other exhibits, the 100th anniversary of the United States' Declaration of Independence at the first official world exhibition in the United States, the Centennial International Exhibition. The monumental work was created by the German-born sculptor Herman Kirn on behalf of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union.

Philadelphia, USA, 1876

Place / Square / Street: North Concourse Drive and States Street, West Fairmount Park
Sculptor / Artist: Herman Kirn
Completion / Inauguration: 1876