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'''''Elk''''', also known as the '''David P. Thompson Monument''', '''Elk Fountain''' or the '''Thompson Elk''', is an outdoor fountain and bronze sculpture by American artist Roland Hinton Perry, located in the [[Plaza Blocks]] in downtown Portland. It was donated by former Portland mayor David P. Thompson in 1900 to commemorate the elk that once lived in the area.
 
'''''Elk''''', also known as the '''David P. Thompson Monument''', '''Elk Fountain''' or the '''Thompson Elk''', is an outdoor fountain and bronze sculpture by American artist Roland Hinton Perry, located in the [[Plaza Blocks]] in downtown Portland. It was donated by former Portland mayor David P. Thompson in 1900 to commemorate the elk that once lived in the area.

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The sculpture in 2006

Elk, also known as the David P. Thompson Monument, Elk Fountain or the Thompson Elk, is an outdoor fountain and bronze sculpture by American artist Roland Hinton Perry, located in the Plaza Blocks in downtown Portland. It was donated by former Portland mayor David P. Thompson in 1900 to commemorate the elk that once lived in the area.

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