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This ornamental ironwork is located on the third level of the Richland Library and overlooks Assembly Street. The 6' by 6' wrought iron gate features coral vine weaving throughout a Native American symbol for the three rivers of Columbia: the Broad, Saluda, and Congaree rivers. This piece was a gift from the Friends of the Library.