Clarence Addison Shaler (1860-1941)

Photographed April 11, 2014
Erected 1989 by City of Waupun
Sesquicentennial Committee
Waupun, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin
43° 38.277′ N, 88° 43.798′ W
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CLARENCE ADDISON
SHALER
(1860-1941)
Inventor of the Hot-Patch, is fondly remembered by the residents of Waupun for: creating the Shaler Scholarships; being instrumental in the formation of the Rock River Country Club; purchasing for the city the world famous End of the Trail by Fraser and the Recording Angel by Taft; beginning to sculpture at the age of 70 and donating to the city his own works Waubun, Doe and Fawn, and The Pioneers.
The marker is located at Shaler Park on southbound North Madison Street (County Highway M), north of of its intersection with East Main Street (State Highway 49), Waupun, Wisconsin 53963.


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Click here for a complete list of Clarence Addision Shaler / Waupun Wisconsin Gallery of Outdoor Art markers and statues.

The following are also located at Shaler Park:



 The marker is located at Shaler Memorial Park, to the left of this sign.

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