Frederick, Maryland: Charity the Dog (In Transition)

Since 1858, a lifesize statue of a dog has stoods between the entryway columns of the Federated Charities building. "My legs are tired but I feel great" reads the plaque.

Address:
22 South Market St., Frederick, MD
Directions:
Federated Charities building. S Market St. and Carroll Creek Way.
Hours:
2020: Removed for renovation.
Status:
In Transition
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Charity the Dog

As of 2020, Charity is being restored and located elsewhere.

[Nona Fisher, 05/12/2021]

...with signage promising "we will bring him home this summer."


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