- Statue donnée à la ville de Portland par Henry Waldo Coe, qui a donné son nom au rond-point où elle est située
- 1925, 30 mai, Memorial Day, inauguration
- située Coe Traffic Circle Northeast 39th & N.E. Glison Streets
- Smithsonian Institution/SOS! website, 11 August 2015
- 1983 Gleason and Orloff
Gleason, Norma Catherine & Chet Orloff, "Portland's Public Art: a guide and history," [Portland, OR]: Western Imprints, , pg. 93, 97
Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurelhurst,_Portland,_Oregon, accessed 4 December 2015:
The Joan of Arc statue was added to Coe Circle in 1925. It was one of four statues given by Henry Waldo Coe to the city of Portland. It was made from the original molds of Emmanuel Frémiet's statue at the Place des Pyramides, which Coe saw on a visit to France. Portland's Arc statue arrived from France in 1924 and was dedicated on Memorial Day, May 30, 1925, honoring the Doughboys of World War I.