VIQUESNEY COPYRIGHTS AND PATENTS
Below is the original copyright for Viquesney's "Spirit of the American Doughboy", granted December 27, 1920. It was given by Viquesney to his friend Frederic L. Hollis, who in turn gave it to the father of Spencer, Indiana native Scott Abrams, who is now in possession of it. Mr. Hollis was Scott's great uncle.
Below are some of Viquesney's other copyrights (Source: Google Books: Catalog of Copyright Entries. Part 4). Click on any image to link to more information.
Walter Rylander's copyright. Rylander owned the Doughboy from 1922 - 1925. During his ownership, Rylander apparently re-copyrighted the Doughboy in 1923 under his name, but it's unclear why the date of Sept. 1, 1920, appears, since the copyright certificate above shows it awarded later to Viquesney on December 27, 1920.
"Zero Hour" Doughboy sculpture.
The "circular motif" mentioned above may be this piece.
Copyright for Viquesney's "Lincoln as an Indiana boy". The text refers to the title on some versions.
Below are a few illustrations for patents taken out by Viquesney. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge.