Fountain at Dubuque and College Streets, Pedestrian Mall, 1986
Plaza Fountain, slide printed June 1986. This photo features the fountain informally called "Three Women Peeing," an unnamed sculpture created by Bob Satter and Brian Gutheinz. It was a tubular fountain on stepped brick platform, made with steel (?), brick and concrete. According to a July 23, 1992, article in the Daily Iowan, the fountain cost $80,000 to build and donations were collected by Project Green. The fountain was built in 1978 and dismantled around 1999-2000.
|Coverage||Iowa City, Iowa|
|Rights||Educational use only.|
|Publisher||City of Iowa City|
|Collection||Urban Renewal, 1970s-1980s|
|Tags||1980s, 1986, City of Iowa City, College Street, downtown, Dubuque Street, fountain, pedestrian mall, urban renewal|