Zócalo June 2018: Freeman Pioneer Memorial (aka The Bufano Bench)
By: Lauren Bays
Media / June 5, 2018

Zócalo June 2018: Freeman Pioneer Memorial (aka The Bufano Bench)

“In front of the Children’s Museum Tucson sits a nearly 100-year-old bench made with black, pink, beige, and grey marble stone. Greeting the boisterous young patrons of the museum is a work of public art installed in 1920, the Freeman Pioneer Memorial bench, one of the oldest works in the City’s collection of public art…”

Read more about the history of this bench – and its maker – in relation to Tucson and art history in the June 2018 edition of Zócalo Magazine. Check it out online here or pick one up at over 350-locations citywide!

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