Born: November 17, 1915
Rosslyn, Virginia

Died: June 2, 1993
Washington, D.C.

Barrington Daniels Parker

Judge, U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia

Nominated by Richard M. Nixon on September 15, 1969; Confirmed by the Senate on December 18, 1969, and received commission on December 19, 1969. Assumed senior status on 12/19/1985. Service terminated on 6/2/1993, due to death.

Education:
Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, A.B., 1936
University of Pennsylvania, M.A., 1938
University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 1947

Portrait Ceremony
Transcript of Ceremony: March 6, 1987

Artist
Donald Stivers (1926 – 2009) painted the portraits of eight judges of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia: Judges William Bryant, Thomas Flannery, Oliver Gasch, Joyce Green, Harold Greene, George Hart, Louis Oberdorfer, and Barrington Parker. In the U.S. Navy during World War II, Mr. Stivers began to paint portraits of friends. He later studied fine art at the California College of Arts & Crafts on the GI Bill, where he continued his work in portraiture. He began his career in commercial art in California, specializing in book, movie, and magazine illustration. Upon moving to the East Coast, Mr. Stivers began work on a series of paintings depicting American westward expansion and is best known for his military artwork, including paintings depicting the Civil War. His work is followed by collectors and can be found on display at Forts Belvoir, Benning, Drum, Hood, Leavenworth, Riley, Sill, and Wainwright. His work has also been on display at the Army War College and in the Pentagon.

Professional Career:

Private practice, Washington, D.C., 1947-1968

Judges of the D.C. Circuit Courts