in the Public Realm
Caloosahatchee Manuscripts (Lux)

Jim Sanborn
City of Fort Myers Public Art Collection
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"Caloosahatchee Manuscripts" consists of two bronze cylinders that are located on the sidewalk outside the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center, a neoclassic revival edifice built in 1933. Letters have been incised with a water jet cutter into each drum and bathe the sidewalk and Art Center in lighted letters at night.

The eastern drum contains the text of a story told by Maskoki Indian leader Tchikilli to James Oglethorpe about the migration of Native Americans into Florida. The Seminoles, Miccos...
Jim Sanborn
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Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center
2301 First Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901
United States

The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center on First Street is a quarter of a mile from the Caloosahatchee Bridge on Business 41, and 3 blocks from the entrance to Centennial Park.
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