Commercial Appeal newspaper morgue, Special Collections Department, University of Memphis Libraries
Memphis, Tennessee, sculptor Harris Sorrelle stands beside his sculpture "Monorail" installed at the entrance to the Speech and Drama Department on Central Avenue at Memphis State University, October 1, 1968. Weighing a ton and standing 17 feet high, 5 feet wide and 8 feet deep, the sculpture's base and seats are copper and steel alloy and the figures, one-third life size, are copper braised with bronze. The sculpture now stands between the Music Building and the Ned McWherter Library. Photographer: Jim Shearin.
1968 October 1
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Shearin, Jim, ""Monorail" sculpture, Memphis State University, 1968" (2021). University of Memphis. 62.
Memphis State University., University of Memphis.