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From the Oral History of: Ginsburg, Judge Douglas H.

Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg Complete Oral History Package

2020-11-04T04:24:28-05:00
... abstract art, having seen other things that were done in this area, I wasn’t going to seriously entertain the kinds of things that were being proposed. Over at the Reagan Building, there is a sculpture that appears to be a 40- or 50-foot phallus, by a local artist who won a competition an execrable use of money and a disgrace to put it in front of 115 ...
Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg Complete Oral History Package2020-11-04T04:24:28-05:00
From the Oral History of: Ginsburg, Judge Douglas H.

Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg Fourth Interview

2020-11-03T01:58:52-05:00
... abstract art, having seen other things that were done in this area, I wasn’t going to seriously entertain the kinds of things that were being proposed. Over at the Reagan Building, there is a sculpture that appears to be a 40- or 50-foot phallus, by a local artist who won a competition an execrable use of money and a disgrace to put it in front of 115 ...
Hon. Douglas H. Ginsburg Fourth Interview2020-11-03T01:58:52-05:00
From the Oral History of: Scalia, Antonin

Appendix One: Associate Justice Antonin Scalia Memorial

2019-03-30T03:10:34-04:00
... of the Court’s cases. As law clerks, we also had the incomparable experience of watching that amazing wordsmith take our drafts and work his magic. He routinely was handed a stone and returned a sculpture. Indeed, the transformation was generally so complete that I often wondered why he asked for drafts at all. I strongly suspect it was because he had no idea how to format a new document on the comp...
Appendix One: Associate Justice Antonin Scalia Memorial2019-03-30T03:10:34-04:00
From the Oral History of: Scalia, Antonin

Antonin Scalia Complete Oral History Package

2022-04-28T11:23:13-04:00
... of the Court’s cases. As law clerks, we also had the incomparable experience of watching that amazing wordsmith take our drafts and work his magic. He routinely was handed a stone and returned a sculpture. Indeed, the transformation was generally so complete that I often wondered why he asked for drafts at all. I strongly suspect it was because he had no idea how to format a new document on the comp...
Antonin Scalia Complete Oral History Package2022-04-28T11:23:13-04:00
From the Oral History of: Farrell, Michael W.

Michael Farrell Fifth Interview: November 12, 2015

2022-05-12T10:48:08-04:00
... You know, all the dynasties that were in there, and the French, and the Austrians, and everybody. So, the museums are just a treasure trove of interesting things, particularly wonderful marble sculpture, because they have great marble down there in the southern part of the country. And we stayed in the old city, which was nice, and got a chance to do a lot of things, including taking a funicula...
Michael Farrell Fifth Interview: November 12, 20152022-05-12T10:48:08-04:00
From the Oral History of: Farrell, Michael W.

Michael Farrell Complete Oral History Package

2022-04-26T15:30:51-04:00
... You know, all the dynasties that were in there, and the French, and the Austrians, and everybody. So, the museums are just a treasure trove of interesting things, particularly wonderful marble sculpture, because they have great marble down there in the southern part of the country. And we stayed in the old city, which was nice, and got a chance to do a lot of things, including taking a funicula...
Michael Farrell Complete Oral History Package2022-04-26T15:30:51-04:00
From the Oral History of: Trout, Robert P.

Robert Trout First Interview: October 7, 2014

2022-05-23T11:04:22-04:00
... who was trying his first case. And the defense attorney, I think in both of them, was an attorney by the name of Joel Hirschhorn, who is, I think, the nephew of the Hirschhorn for whom the sculpture museum is named. Stu Pierson: Oh, really? Bob Trout: I think. And he was a very good lawyer and a very nice guy. We got along fine. He was much more experienced than I was, and I was learning h...
Robert Trout First Interview: October 7, 20142022-05-23T11:04:22-04:00
From the Oral History of: Trout, Robert P.

Robert Trout Complete Oral History Package (1,388 KB)

2022-05-23T11:03:10-04:00
... who was trying his first case. And the defense attorney, I think in both of them, was an attorney by the name of Joel Hirschhorn, who is, I think, the nephew of the Hirschhorn for whom the sculpture museum is named. Stu Pierson: Oh, really? Bob Trout: I think. And he was a very good lawyer and a very nice guy. We got along fine. He was much more experienced than I was, and I was learning h...
Robert Trout Complete Oral History Package (1,388 KB)2022-05-23T11:03:10-04:00
From the Oral History of: Vieth, G. Duane

Duane Vieth Text of Interview

2022-05-23T11:39:29-04:00
... Golden Glove award or the Golden Elbow award. Mr. Vieth: Golden Elbow Award. (laughter) Well that's -that's just kind of a joke. Indeed there was - I think I still have it - literally a little sculpture that looked like an elbow. But that was because I had a reputation of dealing with associates or partners or non-legal personnel in a way that I tried to be kind of avuncular with them would grab...
Duane Vieth Text of Interview2022-05-23T11:39:29-04:00
From the Oral History of: Vieth, G. Duane

Duane Vieth Complete Oral History Package (2,116 KB)

2022-05-23T11:39:35-04:00
... Golden Glove award or the Golden Elbow award. Mr. Vieth: Golden Elbow Award. (laughter) Well that's -that's just kind of a joke. Indeed there was - I think I still have it - literally a little sculpture that looked like an elbow. But that was because I had a reputation of dealing with associates or partners or non-legal personnel in a way that I tried to be kind of avuncular with them would grab...
Duane Vieth Complete Oral History Package (2,116 KB)2022-05-23T11:39:35-04:00
From the Oral History of: Aldock, John D.

John D. Aldock Eighth Interview: July 22, 2010

2022-04-29T10:34:04-04:00
... at the time. We also limited ourselves to the number of and time spent in museums. When we were in Rome, we focused the children on Michelangelo, and searched for his work throughout the city: the sculptures, the Sistine Chapel, and his other works in Rome, including his great statue of Moses. We went to Florence but visited only one museum...
John D. Aldock Eighth Interview: July 22, 20102022-04-29T10:34:04-04:00
From the Oral History of: Aldock, John D.

John D. Aldock Complete Oral History Package

2022-04-29T10:34:26-04:00
... at the time. We also limited ourselves to the number of and time spent in museums. When we were in Rome, we focused the children on Michelangelo, and searched for his work throughout the city: the sculptures, the Sistine Chapel, and his other works in Rome, including his great statue of Moses. We went to Florence but visited only one museum...
John D. Aldock Complete Oral History Package2022-04-29T10:34:26-04:00
From the Oral History of: Acheson, David C.

David C. Acheson Third Interview – March 24, 2010

2022-04-29T10:16:52-04:00
... made of marble — and they took us to visit a marble factory where they were making statutes and things and sawing enormous blocks of marble in the forms that they could, you know, work from as sculptures and stuff, and they were using these great electric-driven saw blades cooled by spraying water on them as they cut through this marble. It was really quite a thing to watch, but it was sort of abs...
David C. Acheson Third Interview – March 24, 20102022-04-29T10:16:52-04:00
From the Oral History of: Acheson, David C.

David C. Acheson Complete Oral History Package (930 KB)

2022-04-29T10:17:07-04:00
... made of marble — and they took us to visit a marble factory where they were making statutes and things and sawing enormous blocks of marble in the forms that they could, you know, work from as sculptures and stuff, and they were using these great electric-driven saw blades cooled by spraying water on them as they cut through this marble. It was really quite a thing to watch, but it was sort of abs...
David C. Acheson Complete Oral History Package (930 KB)2022-04-29T10:17:07-04:00

Kessler, Gladys

2019-11-13T21:13:21-05:00
... and senior members of the military and medical communities. Many of the portraits and still lifes painted by MS. Dawson are displayed in collections throughout the world. Her 17 foot bronze sculpture, "St. Joseph, the Worker," appears on the facade of St. Joseph's Hospital in Towson, Maryland. ...
Kessler, Gladys2019-11-13T21:13:21-05:00

Kollar-Kotelly, Colleen

2020-08-17T16:21:31-04:00
... and senior members of the military and medical communities. Many of the portraits and still lifes painted by MS. Dawson are displayed in collections throughout the world. Her 17 foot bronze sculpture, "St. Joseph, the Worker," appears on the facade of St. Joseph's Hospital in Towson, Maryland. ...
Kollar-Kotelly, Colleen2020-08-17T16:21:31-04:00

Friedman, Paul L.

2019-08-13T15:26:55-04:00
... Institutes of Health, the Carnegie Institute of Washington, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the California Institute of Technology, and Brandeis University. His landscape paintings and sculptures have appeared in exhibitions throughout the country. Raised in Arlington, Virginia, Mr. Friedman received a BA in philosophy from Princeton University and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy with add...
Friedman, Paul L.2019-08-13T15:26:55-04:00