It takes a lot for a person to have their likeness preserved in stone, metal or other mediums. Statues commemorate people who changed the community, made a difference and helped others.
In Dearborn, there are plenty of these difference-makers made immortal by their statues. Do you know where this week's photos of statues were taken?
In case you're new to this feature, here's how it works: We share a photo with you from somewhere in the city, and you tell us where the picture was taken. The following day, we tell you the correct answer.
Today, tell us: Where in Dearborn would you find this statue, and what does it stand for?
Dec. 9 Answer: The answer to is the former , where a bush was planted in memory of a longtime librarian.