Bea Evenson Fountain
Designed by noted modernist architect Homer Delawie, the fountain honors Bea Evenson (1900–1981), the founding president of the park's Committee of 100, organized in the late 1960s to save or reconstruct the buildings of the Panama–California Exposition of 1915.
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- Media related to Bea Evenson Fountain at Wikimedia Commons
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