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Thomas Crawford

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  • After a small engagement near Waxhaw, Andrew and his brother Robert hid in the house of their relative, Thomas Crawford.

    History of American Women

  • From the CVC screening facilities, you proceed to an upper-level lobby overlooking the 20,000-square-foot Emancipation Hall, whose focal point is the 20-foot-tall plaster model of "Freedom" by the American sculptor Thomas Crawford.

    In the Nation's Capital, An Uninviting Addition . . .

  • She was giving a dinner in honor of her aunt Annie, formerly Miss Annie Crawford, daughter of the sculptor Thomas Crawford, and for many years the Baroness von Rabe, and now a widow.

    The Master

  • This is 1855 and the sculptor Thomas Crawford was commissioned to come up with a design for a Statue of Freedom to go on top of the Capitol.

    The Story of American Freedom

  • Outside of Glasgow they were met by Thomas Crawford, a servant of Lennox's.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • Outside of Glasgow they were met by Thomas Crawford, a servant of Lennox's.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • Thomas Crawford was born in New York, March 22, 1813, and died in

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 02, No. 08, June 1858

  • Still, Thomas Crawford, his successful competitor, was a sculptor of real gifts, as one may see in his statues of Jefferson and Patrick Henry in Richmond.

    Expansion and Conflict

  • Francis Marion Crawford, descendant of the Revolutionary general and son of the sculptor, Thomas Crawford, was born at Bagni di Lucca, Tuscany, in 1854.

    Chapter 9. The Eighties and Their Kin. Section 2. Francis Marion Crawford

  • Third among our early sculptors of importance was Thomas Crawford, born eight years later than Greenough and Powers, and preceding the latter to the grave by many years, yet leaving behind him a mass of work which, if it shows no great imagination, displays considerable poetic refinement.

    American Men of Mind

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