Pilgrim Monument

High Pole Hill
Provincetown, Mass.

Year Built: 1907

Charles Brigham likely submitted a design in the competition for the Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown in 1907. Contemporary reports reveal that more than 150 designs were submitted in the competition. H.H. Rogers of Fairhaven, Mass. was involved in the campaign and Brigham often designed buildings that he underwrote. Brigham undoubtedly was aware of this competition and likely submitted an entry, although it was not chosen.

No pictures are known to survive of this design.


References

• "Call it a Copy of Torre Del Mangia," Boston Globe, January 27, 1907, p. 7.

• "Monument to Pilgrims," Boston Globe, August 28, 1906, p. 5.

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