Garden of Eden
As you worked your way around Samuel Dinsmoor's property from right to left he brings you to the present where he expressed his outlook on life and politics. I failed to get some pictures of these pieces for the themes were lost to me at the time until later when the young lady leading me on the tour explained them to me. I did have this one in the camera though.
"I believe Labor has been crucified between a thousand grafters ever since Labor begun, but I could not put them all up, so I have put up the leaders - Lawyer, Doctor, Preacher and Banker. I do not say they are all grafters, but I do say they are the leaders of all who eat cake by the sweat of the other fellow's face. The Lawyer interprets the law. The Doctor has his knife and saw ready to carve up the bones. The Preacher is saying to this poor fellow crucified, "Never mind your suffering here on earth, my friend, never mind your suffering here, secure home in Heaven for all eternity and you'll be all right." This is the stuff he is giving labor for his cake. He knows nothing about Eternity and that he does know if he knows anything. What fools we be to sweat to give the other fellow cake. The Banker has the money, takes the interest and breaks up more people than any other class."