Frank, Mary

Frank, Mary (b. Lockspeiser)

(1933–  ) sculptor; born in London, England. She and her American mother settled in New York City (1940), where she studied dance with Martha Graham (1949). She lived with her photographer husband, Robert Frank, in New York and the Catskills, before their divorce. She became known for her clay assemblages, drawing on evolutionary and mythological themes, as seen in Swimmer (1978).
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(Good night and God bless you Darren.) - Uncle Frank, Mary and Families.
She was predeceased by six siblings, John, Joseph, Frank, Mary, Anna and Helen.
Jeremy Egli, Richard Falk, Benjamin Ferwerda, Christien Foley, Carmen Foran, Steven Frank, Mary Fullerton, Brandon Gerdes, Mikayla Gerdes, Conner Gibson, Linzey Gifford, John Gillies, Chloe Glenn, Samuel Gonzalez, Colton Goodeve, Benjamin Goodman, Samantha Grant, Luis Guzman Ramirez, Breanna Haney, Roscoe Hankinson,
pounds 10 In memory of Anne Hemphill, a beloved daughter and sister of Frank, Mary, Frank Jnr and Jim.
His brothers and sisters at the time of the outbreak of the Great War were Hannah, Frank, Mary, Robert, Elizabeth.
Members are: Tina Blust, Ellen Ceppetelli, Richard Frank, Mary Ellen Kilgallen, Christina McCaffrey, Meredith Roberts, Bonnie Strand, and Jeanne Marie Vayda.
- Love Moe x O'CONNELL Veronica Rose (Ronnie) Beloved Daughter of the late Michael and Ellen, Sister of Frank, Mary, Danny and Theresa.
"Secondly, Uncle Dan was the eldest of four children, the others, all of whom survive him, being Frank, Mary Flanagan and my mother.
It therefore naturally excludes the writers of Holocaust diaries (no Anne Frank, Mary Berg, or Chaim Kaplan), autobiographies (no Charlotte Delbo, Livia Bitton-Jackson, or Olga Lengyel), commentaries (no Jean Amery, Bruno Bettelheim, or Elie Cohen), short stories and poetry (no Tadeusz Borowski, Paul Celan, or Abraham Sutzkever), thereby omitting some of the better-known 'Holocaust writers' whose works fall outside the parameters of this volume.
To be frank, Mary Robinson was absolutely right to only serve one term, and it astonishes me that somebody of Mary McAleese's obvious intelligence didn't take the same view.
Considerably younger than Frank, Mary Rodgers was born to Jamaican parents in November 1845 (New Orleans Passenger Lists for 1872; 1880 U.S.
Rest in peace with our Dad, Terry and Margo.) -Your loving on Frank, Mary, grandchildren Mandy, Lisa and Francis and great grandchildren.