Public art and Charlotte icons

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The city of Charlotte has four statues on the corners of the main square of the city, the corners of Trade Street and Tryon Street. This figure, of a woman holding a child, represents the Future of the city. Other statues include Commerce, symbolized by a gold miner spilling money on the head of a banker, Industry, represented by a mill worker in a bonnet, and Transportation. American sculptor Raymond Kaskey created the four public art statues.