Historic Monument To Robert E. Lee Vandalized In Dallas
The historic monument faces to the south. It sits like a mountain of pride, a bold-bronze boulder of acknowledgement along Dallas’ Turtle Creek Boulevard. It’s gargantuan presence displays a towering military man on horseback , accompanied by a young soldier.
In 1936, the City of Dallas christened the sculpture as its ode to its southern secessionist sacrifice. Gen. Robert E Lee’s monument, sculpted by artist A. Phimister Proctor, stands at the heart of the city park that also bears the Confederate General’s name.
Friday morning, someone decided to add their own description to the sculpture. More