Bimbo Memorial Fountain

This now-dry fountain, currently located in the courtyard at Morrisson-Reeves Library, once stood outside the original library to offer children and dogs a fresh drink of water - children from the top and dogs from the bottom. It was donated in memory of a patron's dog...Bimbo.

Learn more about the rich history of Morrisson-Reeves Library, located at 80 North Sixth Street, Richmond, Indiana.

Photo: Water fountain honoring the dog, Bimbo.

Photo taken April 2, 2004

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