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The Cow on J.P. Licks, Jamaica Plain, MA

The Cow on J.P. Licks, Jamaica Plain, MA

Piece description from the artist

This cow decorates the outside of the J.P. Licks ice cream store in Jamaica Plain, MA. Originally built as a firehouse in 1872 as part of the Town of West Roxbury Fire Department. The Town of West Roxbury consisted of the present-day Jamaica Plain, Roslindale and West Roxbury. Upon annexation on January 5, 1874, West Roxbury became part of the City of Boston.

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30.0" x 20.0"
Color Print

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