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Before And After - Pennsylvania Treasure Building North St enterance

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Prominent New York City and Williamsport, PA architect William Gehron commissioned Swedish sculptor Carl Milles, whom he had met in 1930, to design six sets of double doors for the building's north and south entrances. Within months, Milles produced twelve massive bronze doors, each featuring four sculptural panels, which reflect two dominant themes: a celebration of Pennsylvania's agricultural heritage and its industrial might.

This is door 2 (center) on the north facade.