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Plasteline model for "Horse and Antique Trains" for "The Romance of Transportation"

The 44-foot long relief mural was originally located at the Fort Street Union Depot in Detroit, Michigan. All three reliefs have since been relocated to the B. & O. Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

When Fredericks first started designing this sculpture he thought of using many forms of transportation rather than just a large train. …

Plasteline model for "Modern Trains" for "The Romance of Transportation"

The 44-foot long relief mural was originally located at the Fort Street Union Depot in Detroit, Michigan. All three reliefs have since been relocated to the B. & O. Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

When Fredericks first started designing this sculpture he thought of using many forms of transportation rather than just a large train. …

Plasteline model for "Crating and Shipping" for the Ford Rotunda

Plasteline model for one of the sixteen fiberglass polyester resin laminate reliefs for the Ford Rotunda, Dearborn, Michigan depicting industries related to the manufacture of automobiles.

The sixteen reliefs won the Gold Medal in Sculpture from the Architectural League of New York in 1956.

The Ford Rotunda was destroyed by fire in 1962.

Marshall Fredericks with the plasteline model for "Crating and Shipping" for the Ford Rotunda

Plasteline model for one of the sixteen fiberglass polyester resin laminate reliefs for the Ford Rotunda, Dearborn, Michigan depicting industries related to the manufacture of automobiles.

The sixteen reliefs won the Gold Medal in Sculpture from the Architectural League of New York in 1956.

The Ford Rotunda was destroyed by fire in 1962.

The "Henry Ford Memorial" - plasteline model for "The Ford Empire" relief

The idea to create a memorial honoring Henry Ford took root in 1948 when the Dearborn, Michigan Chamber of Commerce conducted a poll of Dearborn residents and learned that most of the populace favored such a proposal. The Dearborn Chamber of Commerce initiated a fundraising drive to finance a life-size full-length bronze of the auto magnate and…

Plasteline model of "The Ford Empire" for the "Henry Ford Memorial"

The idea to create a memorial honoring Henry Ford took root in 1948 when the Dearborn, Michigan Chamber of Commerce conducted a poll of Dearborn residents and learned that most of the populace favored such a proposal. The Dearborn Chamber of Commerce initiated a fundraising drive to finance a life-size full-length bronze of the auto magnate and…