"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.
"La Grande National Bank, La Grande, Oregon - 1904-1922. Cast Iron Mary is located in the intersection to the right of the bank. Advertising for 'Steward's Opera House' painted on side of building to the left of bank."
"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.
"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.
"'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."