Augusta Savage was born in 1892 in Florida.
She moved to New York and attended Cooper Union, then moved to Harlem.
She became a sculptor and created a monumental piece called the Harp for the 1937 World’s Fair in New York. The Harp was inspired by “Lift every voice and sing.” The Black national anthem.
Read more about Augusta Savage at http://www.biography.com/people/augusta-savage-40495#profile
The Harp New York Public Library