Levi Tucker Scofield
(1842 - 1917)
Levi Tucker Scofield was active/lived in Ohio. Levi Scofield is known for architecture, allegorical sculpture.
Biography Levi Tucker Scofield
Levi Tucker Scofield (originally Schofield) (born 1842 died 1917) was a prominent Cleveland, Ohio architect and a native of the city. He served in the U.S. Civil war and designed many public buildings and several monuments during his career. He was a third generation Cleveland resident and the Scofield Building, which he designed, is named after him. His Cleveland home is also still in existence.
In Columbus, Ohio "he created the one piece of statuary that nearly every Ohioan who comes to the capital city sees and remembers. In the statehouse yard stands the Roman matron, Cornelia, mother of the Gracchi, with seven distinguished Ohioans of the Civil War days around her. She seems to be saying, 'These are my je
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