William Ordway Partridge

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William Ordway Partridge CC 1885 was an American sculptor whose public commissions can be seen around New York City to this day. At Columbia he is credited for the statues of Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson in front of Hamilton and Journalism Halls, the bust of John Howard Van Amringe in van Amringe Memorial Quadrangle, and the inserts on the base of the Sundial.