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Lucy the Elephant
Elephant hotel redirects here. For the National Historic Landmark located in Somers, New York, see Elephant Hotel. Lucy the Elephant is a six-story elephant-shaped
Jumbo
15, 1885), also known as Jumbo the Elephant and Jumbo the Circus Elephant, was a 19th-century male African bush elephant born in Sudan. Jumbo was exported
Elephantine Colossus
by the extant Lucy the Elephant near Atlantic City and followed by The Light of Asia in Cape May. At 122 feet tall, the Coney Island Elephant was
Lucy (disambiguation)
the Yonne department Lucy-sur-Cure, in the Yonne department Lucy-sur-Yonne, in the Yonne department Lucy (elephant), an Asian elephant living at the
Elephant of the Bastille
depictions of elephants Elephantine Colossus Lucy the Elephant Charles Ribart, a French architect who also made plans for a giant elephant in Paris
James V. Lafferty
Irish-American inventor, most famous for his construction of Lucy the Elephant, the Elephantine Colossus and The Light of Asia (also known as "Old Dumbo"). Born to
Elephant House
also known as Elephant House, the residence of American writer, Edward Gorey Lucy the Elephant, a house in the shape of an elephant located in Atlantic
Novelty architecture
take the form of objects not normally associated with buildings, such as characters, animals, people or household objects. Lucy the Elephant and The Longaberger
Edmonton Valley Zoo
and an African serval cat. Elephant House and Exhibit  The Valley Zoo's Elephant House is home to Lucy, a female A