GRENVILLE MELLEN DODGE

Civil Engineer Grenville Mellen Dodge (1831-1916) distinguished himself as a Civil War general and railroad builder. He served as the chief engineer for the Union Pacific leg of the first transcontinental railroad in the United States.

As the track moved west from UP headquarter in Omaha, division point town sites were established. In 1867, Dodge established a town site on Crow Creek, where Cheyenne now stands.

(with base) 28’H x 9″W x 9″D

DESIGNED FOR SPEED

The graceful lines and delicate features of the grey hound invoke speed.

15″ H x 17″ W x 10″ D

I’VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAINTOP

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for civil rights. (This is a small version of the monument,installed at Martin Luther King Park in Cheyenne, Wyoming.)

27″ H x 13″ W x 14″ D

LEGACY

These hands, reaching out to one another, could symbolize the sharing of knowledge, wisdom, strength, or support for one another.  This is the small version of the monument, installed at Laramie County Community College Health & Sciences Building in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

11″ H x 4″ W x 4″ D

DESCENDANT OF THE ANCIENT ONES

This is a set of bookends with bison heads

9″ H x 8″ W x 6″ D

MOMENT OF GLORY

The winning catch. (This is a small version of the monument.)

17″ H x 14″ W x 8″ D