Tulare, California: Adohr Milkmaid and Cow
Sculpted in the 1920s, the Adohr Milkmaid, cow, and milkmaid's daughter was the artistic symbol of the long-defunct Adohr Creamery Company.
- 620 N. J St., Tulare, CA
- The statue stands in front of Morningstar Foods. North side of town, on the east side of N. J. St., just north of the McDonald's at the intersection of E. Cross Ave.
Adohr Milkmaid and Cow
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The Adohr Milkmaid, cow, and milkmaid's daughter is a statue group sculpted in the 1920s. It stood for over 40 years at the Adohr Creamery Co. in Tarzana, at the corner of La Cienega Blvd and Sawyer St. The creamery was torn down for a shopping center in 1969, but the company that had bought the creamery rescued the statue and moved it to one of its processing plants in Tulare.
By the late 1990s the statue was in bad shape, but it now looks as if it's been cleaned and repaired. [Kim Wheeler, 04/02/2013]
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