Conservation of John Massey Rhind Sculptures

INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, JUSTICE - JOHN MASSEY RHIND, 1905 Stone Conservation: In 1908 Scottish-American sculptor J.M. Rhind carved four Tennessee pink marble sculptures representing Industry, Agriculture, Literature and Justice for the front of the Birch Bayh Federal Building in Indianapolis,…

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New York Customs House

New York Customs House

The monumental Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House sits prominently on Bowling Green at Manhattan’s southern tip. Built in 1900-1907, the New York Customs House currently houses The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian. The most significant decorative features of…

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Man Controlling Trade

Man Controlling Trade

McKay Lodge Conservation Lab was awarded a prestigious conservation project at the Federal Trade Commission Building, located at the eastern end of the Federal Triangle in Washington, D.C. Two monumental Indiana limestone sculptures, each depicting a rearing stallion being curbed…

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Kinneary Courthouse

Kinneary Courthouse

Stone conservator Marcin Pikus and his assistants were involved in a major building stone conservation project lasting nearly two years under contract to Berglund Construction Company for the U.S. General Services Administration.  The base contract and change orders had a…

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