Federal Courthouse

Bibliography of resources

1. Murals Placed in Postoffice, Los Angeles Times, January 16, 1939.

2. Spectator, 65: Saving and Old Sloth, Los Angeles Times, August 11, 1965.

3. The Great Seal, American Heritage, June/July, 1982, Vol. 33:4, pp. 70-73.

4. Fine Arts Inventory, Public Buildings Service, General Services Administration.

5. Hansen's Lincoln Carved, Los Angeles Times, Pt. III, January 19, 1941.

6. Young California Artist is His Own Model for a Lincoln Statue, Life, September 9, 1940.

7. Photograph of execution of Lincoln, Los Angeles Times, February 9, 1941.

8. Brush Strokes?, Los Angeles Times, March 2, 1941.

9. Puts Finishing Touches on Lincoln Statue, Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express.

10. Sculpture, 23, Lone Guest at Unveiling, Los Angeles Examiner, March 13, 1941.

11. Untitled, Los Angeles Times, March 13, 1941.

12. Federal Building Sculptor Ends Dispute Over Eagle, Los Angeles Times, n.d.

13. U.S. Eagle Still Screams to Right, United Press, September 20, (no year).

14. Young Abe comes to live in L.A., Los Angeles Daily News, March 13, 1941.

15. Early Los Angeles Days Depicted in Paintings, Los Angeles Examiner, 1939.

16. Archives of American Art, Microfilm Reel, LA1, frames 324, 326, 328-329, 332, 334, 353, 360.

17. Tape Recorded Interview with Mr. Henry Lion, May 21, 1964. Archives of American Art.

18. Who Was Who in American Art, n.d.



The bibliography has been provided courtesy of Michael Several, Los Angeles, September 1997.

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