John Flanagan

Flanagan, John (flănˈəgən) [key], 1865–1952, American sculptor and medalist. In 1932 he designed the George Washington silver quarter. In addition to medals and plaquettes, he produced larger works, including a clock for the Library of Congress and the Bulkeley Memorial, Aetna Life Insurance Building, Hartford, Conn.

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