"Monument for Law School"
Doris Chase, 1967
Stained Douglas Fir
Doris Chase is a prominent national and international figure whose works are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian and many other public institutions.
Located at the northwest entrance of William H. Gates Hall,
"Monument for the Law School" was created by the artist
to honor her father, William Phelps Totten, and her brother,
William McCormick Totten. The work was made available
to the Law School partly as a gift of the artist and partly
through a generous grant from the Law School's
Graduate Program in Taxation.
Please join us in celebrating the dedication of "Monument for Law School"
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
William H. Gates Hall, NW Entrance
RSVPs to Beverly Sanders at 206.543.8707 or firstname.lastname@example.org will be much appreciated.
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