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SCULPTURE

Watch a statue in the making at Prescott's Noggle Bronze Works

Article Date: 
May 1974
Language: 
English
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Unusual sculpture enhances clinic fa

Article Date: 
March 1964
Article Abstract: 
Colored concrete sculpture for the Thomas-Davis clinic, Tucson, by Charles Clement
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English
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The flute player who isn't there

Author: 
M. and C. R. Hooper
Article Date: 
May 22, 1966
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Figure for a fountain at Arizona State University that was never completed
Language: 
English
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The first cowboy sculptor

Author: 
P. Broder
Article Date: 
1976
Article Abstract: 
Solon Borglum, sculptor of the Bucky O'Neill statue in Prescott
Language: 
English
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The first cowboy sculptor

Author: 
P. Broder
Article Date: 
1976
Article Abstract: 
Solon Borglum, sculptor of the Bucky O'Neill statue in Prescott
Language: 
English
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That which might have been

Author: 
H. Wood
Article Date: 
April 1970
Article Abstract: 
Phoenix sculptor John Waddell immortalizes the death of four black girls in 1963
Language: 
English
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Sculpture comes into its own

Article Date: 
March 29, 1964
Language: 
English
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Sculptor Gary Slater: Young man of achievement

Article Date: 
September 1975
Language: 
English
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Sculpted feature

Author: 
L. Baker
Article Date: 
May 1989
Article Abstract: 
Mark McCloone and Bob Mayfield have won praise for fusing Serge Spitzer's art with engineering in the $125 million Biltmore Financial Center. Over $400,000 was spent on the 100 ton sculpture and on adapting the courtyard to the piece
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Illus. Ports.
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Old statues decorate barren desert area

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
June 11, 1961
Article Abstract: 
Figures by Cecil Foster still stand at Gateway on Highway 60
Language: 
English
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