Allow Me Umbrella Man Statue in Portland, Oregon - Encircle Photos

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The locals in Portland, Oregon, call the Pioneer Courthouse Square their living room. It is adorned by a life-size statue of a businessman wearing a three-piece suit, carrying a blue umbrella and hailing a taxi. The sculpture by Seward Johnson is named “Allow Me.” The locals refer to it as, “Umbrella Man.” The adjoining federal building that lends its name to the plaza is the oldest in the Pacific Northwest. The Pioneer Courthouse was built in 1875, over one hundred years before the square opened.

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701 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97205

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