Spanish-American War Memorial
Joseph Pasquale Pollia, (Italian born American, 1894-1954, Boston MA) Granite base 31x38", bronze figure with knapsack and rifle, 50"high. Three plaques are on the base: Spanish-American War Veterans Insignia, memoriam to members of the Lieut. Charles Field Company, No. 5 USWV, and an honor roll of names. Dedicated June 9, 1928.Located on the grounds of the Greenfield Public Library, Main St. Greenfield, MA.
Asher Benjamin architect 1773-1845. Federalist design, completed 1797. Now, Greenfield Public Library,402 Main St., Greenfield, MA
Detail of Mural,Greenfield City Hall
Thurston Munson, painter, muralist, architect. (1906 - 1998) approx. 5' x 30'
Greenfield MA mural
Steven George Maniatty, (1910 - 1984) Lobby of TDBanknorth, Main St. Greenfield,MA
Eagle, Civil War Monument
A 27"high Aberdeen granite pillar and base topped with a bronze eagle. Dedicated October 6, 1870 Located on the Town Common, Greenfield.
David Wells Gift Bell
A 250 pound bell cast by Paul Revere's foundry. A gift by David Wells to the town of Greenfield in 1799. Located at the entry of Greenfield Community College.
Emily Gropen and friends, mural, 2014. approx. 10' x 60'. Location: side of Greenfield's Market, Main St.
John Sendelbach, sculptor 2013, stainless steel frame and stainless steel cutlery shell. Located at Deerfield St. Greenfield, MA
Designed by Janet Braun-Reinitz, executed by Nancy B. Baker, and sponsored by The Institute for Cultural Understanding. Located on Main St. facing Veteran's Mall, Greenfield, MA.
Designed and sculpted by Homer Gunn, (1919 - 2001) inspired by the biblical quote, "They shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks."