Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro Jr Memorial
Public Art: Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro Jr Memorial
Sculptor: © Lloyd Lillie
Description: The Mayor Thomas "Tommy" D’Alesandro Jr
Memorial was erected in honor of Baltimore mayor Thomas D’Alesandro, Jr (1903-1987) who served from 1947 to
1959 and in part his son Thomas D’Alesandro, III who also served as Baltimore mayor between 1967 and 1971.
The sculpture includes a bronze sitting and standing Tommy D'Alesandro in the middle of the plaza he had invigaged
in the 1950s. The standing and relaxed D'Alesandro, with hand in packet, leans over the railing down to the
plaza below while the sitting D'Alesandro rests with arms stretched across the top of the bench.
Date Unveiled: 1986
Funded by : Friends of Thomas D'Alesandro Jr and the
citizens of Baltimore.
Location: The Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro Jr Memorial is
a little hard to find , but if you go to One North Charles Street (which is a skyscraper) and have a little wander
around you will find them relaxing near the railings. Baltimore CBD, Maryland, USA.
Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro Jr was Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi's father.