Mary Edwards Walker Statue

Overall view of the statue. Walker is shown standing on a stone dais, speaking from behind a lectern. Note her bloomer-style costume, with trousers worn beneath a mid-length skirt. Click image for larger view in a new window.
Type: Museum / Exhibit Involved: Walker, Mary Edwards
Location: 2320 County Route 7
Oswego, NY
Cause: Woman’s Rights / Suffrage; Dress Reform

A larger-than-life-size statue of Mary Edwards Walker stands before the entrance of the Oswego Town Hall on County Route 7. Sculpted by local artist Sharon BuMann, it was installed in 2012. In addition to the statue, inside the Town Hall are displayed exhibits about Walker’s life and achievements.