Photograph of "Let's Have Tea" Statue
"Let's Have Tea" was created by Rochester sculptor Pepsy Kettavong and erected in 2001, at the behest of the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood Association, across the street from the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House. The work portrays Ms. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, two early local champions of civil rights. The famous suffragist and abolitionist were close friends who shared the common goals of social justice and civil rights.
Justin Scalera; Rochester Institute of Technology
Justin Scalera, “Photograph of "Let's Have Tea" Statue,” Community, Memory, Place, accessed December 1, 2022, http://rochestercommunitymemory.com/items/show/1721.