"12. New Methodist Church, La Grande, Ore. - 1914-1915 - Corner of 4th St. and Depot St. looking southwest" The statue with "Temperance" fountain in the right side, foreground of image, was called [Cast] Iron Mary.
"Parade - Adams Avenue (looking west) in La Grande, Oregon - July 4, 1913-1914" Crowds gather on the sides of the street to watch the procession of floats as they pass the "Temperance" statue, Cast Iron Mary.
"La Grande, Oregon parade on Adams Avenue - July 4, 1910-1912 (bank under construction - near right edge of image) Crowds gather on the sides of the street to watch as the procession passes the "Temperance" statue, Cast Iron Mary.
"'Cast Iron Mary' - symbol of sobriety, located at 4th and Depot Streets in La Grande, Oregon. It was erected in 1904 and demolished April 29, 1922 by a notorious bootlegger in a high-speed chase with police."