Pasteur — immortalized for Posterity in Georgia Marble (Feb, 1929)

Pasteur — immortalized for Posterity in Georgia Marble

On the face of this beautiful marble shaft appears the simple yet expressive inscription—”Erected to Louis Pasteur, Servant to Humanity, by the People of Chicago.” All civilization is debtor to this Frenchman, whose discovery has saved the lives of thousands each year.

No material could so well interpret the beauty and character of the sculptor’s design, and preserve its delicate, clear-cut carving for posterity, as White Georgia Marble, for Georgia Marble is the most beautiful and durable of all memorial stones.

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“That Memory May Live Forever”

Georgia Marble Company, Tate, Georgia

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