Built in 1911 as a tribute to CNE president George H. Gooderham (1909-1911), the Gooderham Fountain inspired the phrase “meet me at the fountain” which stemmed from friends and family who became separated on the grounds or choosing to meet at the easily identifiable landmark before spending a day at the fair. It was torn down in 1958 to make way for the Princess Margaret Fountain.
Size: 43-7/8" x 55-7/8"
Frame: acrylic facemount on dibond
Gooderham Fountain and Fireworks at Night CNE Archives, MG4-S1-I49/10 1949
Limited Edition Certificate of Authenticity included certifying the print as authentic limited series reproduction issued by the Withrow Common Gallery. Available 1-25 of 25.
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