National Geographic : 1931 Nov
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Orren R. Louden LAFAYETTE'S NAME IS ETERNALLY INSCRIBED IN THE ANNALS OF AMERICA This dignified monument to the gallant French soldier who gave his services to George Washington during the Revolution stands in the square that bears his name, opposite the White House. On the other three corners of the square are statues of Kosciuszko, Rochambeau, and Von Steuben, all foreigners whose memory is revered because of the assistance which they lent the struggling colonists. In the center of the square is the equestrian statue of Gen. Andrew Jackson. 524 | 7'