Fountain for Company H
|Fountain for Company H|
The fountain in 2015
Location in Portland, Oregon
|Artist||John H. Beaver|
|Location||Portland, Oregon, United States|
Fountain for Company H, also known as the Second Oregon Company Volunteers Fountain, is an outdoor limestone fountain and war memorial designed by John H. Beaver, located in the Plaza Blocks in downtown Portland, Oregon, in the United States. Dedicated to the men of Company H of the 2nd Oregon Volunteer Infantry Regiment killed in service in the Philippine–American War, it was installed in Lownsdale Square in 1914.
- 1914 in art
- Elk (1900), also located in the Plaza Blocks
- Fountains in Portland, Oregon
- List of public art in Portland, Oregon
- Spanish–American War Soldier's Monument (1906)
- "Second Oregon Company Volunteers, (sculpture).". Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved July 8, 2014.
- "A Guide to Portland Public Art" (PDF). Regional Arts & Culture Council. Retrieved July 5, 2014.
- Woodman, Jennifer (November 29, 2011). "City officials tallying the costs of Occupy Portland movement". Daily Vanguard. Retrieved July 5, 2014.
- "Lownsdale Square". City of Portland, Oregon. Retrieved July 5, 2014.
- Snyder, Eugene. Portland Potpourri: Art Fountains and Old Friends. Portland, Oregon: Binford & Mort Publishers. pp. 107–117.
|Fountain in Honor of Company H, Second Oregon Volunteers (Portland, Oregon) (1914), University of Oregon Libraries|
- Media related to Fountain for Company H at Wikimedia Commons