Russell Gerry Crook
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Russell Gerry Crook (1869–1955) was an American sculptor and craftsman active in the Boston area.
Crook was born in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and studied under John Henry Twachtman and Augustus Saint-Gaudens. He created the Kona Fountain in Center Harbor, New Hampshire (1907), as well as figureheads for Dodge Watercars and a pair of terracotta polar bears.
- "The Kona Fountain, (sculpture)". Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museum. Smithsonian Institution.
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- Dodge Watercars
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