Great River Road, 2016

Model Woodcut Tiger for Edwardsville High School


Ladd, Edward, “Model Woodcut Tiger for Edwardsville High School,” Madison Historical, accessed February 23, 2024,


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This small tiger woodcut was carved by Edward Ladd as a model for a larger tiger statue at Edwardsville High School. The woodcut is in the possession of his grandaughter, Candace Ladd, as of 2017.

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  • education
  • culture
  • Edwardsville
  • Edwardsville High School


Ladd, Edward


  • Candace Ladd


Circa 1955

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  • 1950s


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