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Franklin Simmons (1839-1913) created this sculpture, titled Penelope, in 1896. It rests on a beautiful marble base. The marble statue was a gift from the Daughters of Penelope, an international Hellenic women's organization, to the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, according to an interpretive display at the de Young Museum.

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