"United States of America––New York––Solemn Inauguration of the Statue of Liberty"

Toned down and transformed from her revolutionary past, the Statue stands for liberty, even without a pike and a Phrygian cap. Furthermore, the Statue, a gift from France and a marvel of engineering, still connotes revolution because of the identification between France and revolutionary notions.

Source: Cornell 4611, Box 177, #7