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Albert Surman; designed Liberty Tree for World’s Fair

Albert Surman created The Liberty Tree, which, after the World’s Fair, had a stay on Boston Common. Albert Surman created The Liberty Tree, which, after the World’s Fair, had a stay on Boston Common. (Thomas Landers/Globe Staff/File 1969)
By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / October 1, 2010

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In 1964, the New England pavilion of the World’s Fair in New York City featured the Revolutionary War’s iconic Liberty Tree, re-created by Cambridge-born artist Albert A. Surman. (Full article: 610 words)

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