Here is the list so far:
New York City - Central Park - unveiled October 3, 1880
Albany, New York - unveiled September 30, 1888
Barre, Vermont - unveiled July 24, 1899
Denver, Colorado - unveiled July 4, 1904
Chicago, Illinois - unveiled September 26, 1906
San Francisco, California - unveiled February 22, 1908
Milwaukee, Wisconsin - unveiled June 26, 1909
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - unveiled October 27, 1914
Boston, Massachusetts - unveiled January 1, 1920
Detroit, Michigan - unveiled July 23, 1921
Cheyenne, Wyoming - unveiled December, 1921
St. Louis, Missouri - unveiled June 2, 1928
Jacksonville, Florida - unveiled 1930
Information about the statute in Jacksonville, Florida, is difficult to find. Any of our Florida readers know the history? If so, please let me know.
The statute in St. Louis, Missouri has recently been fully restored.
I also have pictures and the story of a recent memorial to Robert Burns in Houston, Texas. It does not appear to meet the definition of a statue, but is more of a memorial. However, it is very impressive and the most recent that I know about.
Does anyone have documentation that each Carnegie Library was to contain a bust of Robert Burns? Several of the libraries that I have visited in Illinois do have a bust, but some don’t.
If anyone has actual documentation please let me know.
If I am missing any city in the above list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.