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Sketch for Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Pencil on yellow drawing paper
5.5" x 8.5"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile…

Sketch for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Ink on tracing paper
6.75" x 6.25"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile industry…

Sketch for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Ink on tracing paper
5" x 10.75"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile industry was…

Sketch for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Charcoal, graphite and ink on tracing paper
4.5" x 3"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the…

Sketches for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Graphite on tracing paper
10.25" x 7"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile industry…

Sketch for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Graphite and ink on perforated sketchbook paper
7" x 5"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the…

Sketch for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Graphite and ink on sketchbook paper
5" x 2"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile…

Sketch for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Graphite on paper
5.5" x 8.5"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile industry was the…

Sketches for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Graphite on paper
5.25" x 6.5"

Fredericks received this commission as a result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile industry was…

Sketch for "Horseless Carriage (Model S. Ford, Children and Animals - Sunday Afternoon)"

Graphite on paper
5.5" x 8.5"

Fredericks received this commission as a
result of an honorable mention in a section of Fine Arts Competition at the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. He carved the original limestone relief that was placed in the
public lobby of the Post Office in River Rouge, Michigan.

Because the automobile industry was…