Temperance Fountains

     In downtown Washington, DC is a temperance fountain donated to the city in 1884 by Henry Cogswell, a San Francisco dentist and prohibition advocate (he is not known to have been a Prohibition Party candidate, however).  It  soon feel into disrepair, but survives to this day near its original location at Pennsylvania Avenue and 7th Street, NW.  It was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
     Excellent articles on the Washington, DC Cogswell Fountain maybe found in the Atlas Obscura and in Wikipedia.

     Fairmount Park, Philadelphia – erected by the Catholic Total Abstinence Association, 1876