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How many times have you come across a statue and felt too nervous to get too close? That’s because statues do represent a little bit of mystery and a piece of the soul they embody. That also means if you honor them, you will get a wish from them. Scratch the nose three times the next time you see one and wish for good luck. Happy wishing! Love, Norah

Located in front of the 1874 Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Pontiac, Illinois

Dargan Park statues in the fog.

Dargan Park statues in the fog.

On Route 66. Lincoln County Courthouse in Pontiac, Illinois.

On Route Lincoln County Courthouse in Pontiac, Illinois.

Early North side of Square ~ Mill & Madison Street, Pontiac, Illinois

Early North side of Square ~ Mill & Madison Street, Pontiac, Illinois

Somewhere outside of Fairbury, Illinois (my Dad's hometown). You see a lot of odd things, driving across the country. This was "up there"...

Somewhere outside of Fairbury, Illinois (my Dad's hometown). You see a lot of odd things, driving across the country.

East Water Street ~ Pontiac, Illinois

East Water Street ~ Pontiac, Illinois

1910 Southside of Square

1910 Southside of Square

Chautauqua Park, Pontiac, Illinois

Chautauqua Park, Pontiac, Illinois

Threshermen's Reunion in Pontiac, IL over Labor Day weekend.

Threshermen's Reunion in Pontiac, IL over Labor Day weekend.

Downtown Veterans Day Parade @ Mill & Madison 1934

Downtown Veterans Day Parade @ Mill & Madison 1934

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