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House Proceeding on Jun 3rd, 2009 :: 0:44:35 to 0:49:30
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Stephen F. Lynch

0:44:21 to 0:44:41( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: move that the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 2090. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 2090, a bill to designate the facility of the united states postal service located at 431 state street in ogdensburg, new york, as the freder building.

Stephen F. Lynch

0:44:35 to 0:49:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Stephen F. Lynch

Stephen F. Lynch

0:44:42 to 0:45:02( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman fr massachusetts, mr. lynch, and the gentleman from california, mr. issa, each the chair recognizes the gentleman from massachusetts. . mr. lynch: i ask unanimous cons have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. lynch: thank you, madam speaker.

Stephen F. Lynch

0:45:03 to 0:45:23( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. lynch: madam speaker, i'm pleased to present h.r. 2090 for consideration. this legislation will designate the united states postal facility located at 431 state street in ogdensburg, new york, as the frederic remington post

Stephen F. Lynch

0:45:24 to 0:45:45( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: office building. introduced on april 23, 2009, by the republican vice chair of my subcommittee and recently nominated cretary of the army, mr. mchugh, of new york, house 2090 was reported o oversight committee by unanimous consent on may 6, 2009. i'm also pleased to report that this legislation enjoys strong support from the new york house

Stephen F. Lynch

0:45:46 to 0:46:08( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: delegation. a long time resident of the city in st. lawrence york, frederic remington was a renowned 19th century painter, illustrater, sculpture, and writer who specialized and i think in many people's minds really captured the essence and legend of the american west.

Stephen F. Lynch

0:46:09 to 0:46:29( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: born on october 4, 1861 in canton, new york, frederic remington moved to ogdensburg, new york, in 1873 and attended the yale college school of a before soon heeding the call to go west. remington's early travels thro in the late 1800's provided him with the unique opportunity to

Stephen F. Lynch

0:46:30 to 0:46:51( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: observe scenes that he had imagined sce his gain an america's west that would later translate into hisnparalleled and inspirational depictions of frontier life. "harper's weekly" published remington's first commercial illustration in 1882 and

Stephen F. Lynch

0:46:52 to 0:47:12( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: remington soon began to receive a steady flow of commission work from additional publications, including collier's that were search for authenticity in western themes. remington's first full page cover appeared in "harper's" in 1886 when he was 25. in 1887 he received the highly

Stephen F. Lynch

0:47:13 to 0:47:34( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: regarded commission for 83 illustrations for a book by thee door roosevelt entitled "ranch life on the hunting trail." this latter assignment provided a significant boost to remington's career and marked the beginning of a lifelong bond between the artist and thee door roosevelt. despite his success as a magazine and book illustrator,

Stephen F. Lynch

0:47:35 to 0:47:56( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: remington was focused on further developing his artistic ain'ts. he turned his attention to water and full color oil painting as well as sculpture. in order to retain the awe 24e7b tissit of has -- authenticity of his work he went on annual trips to the w himself with objects collected

Stephen F. Lynch

0:47:57 to 0:48:17( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: from his various travels. in noted paintings such as the return of the black foot war party and mule train crossing the sierras and dash for the timber, remington continued to evidence a unique ability to handle complex compositions and realistically capture the eeping landscapes, heroic figures, and moments of danger and conflict that came to

Stephen F. Lynch

0:48:18 to 0:48:38( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: epitomize the american west. in 1888, remington even achieved the honor of having two of his paintings used for reproduction on united states postal stamps. in the mid 1890's remington quickly mastered a new medium and became immersed in sculpture. similar to his previous illustrations and paintings,

Stephen F. Lynch

0:48:39 to 0:49:00( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: well-known remington bronzes such as the brong buster and cheyenne were highly regarded for their detail, movement, energy, and overall realism. notably remington's piece, the bronco buster, was presented to theodore roosevelt following the rough riders return from the spanish-american war. an honor that remington deemed

Stephen F. Lynch

0:49:01 to 0:49:21( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: the greatest compliment i ever had. regrettably he died on december 26, 1909 at the young age of 48. at the height of his professional. nevertheless he was able to produce over 3,000 drawings and paintings, 22 bronze sculptures, over 100 articles and stories, even a novel and broadway play over the course of a career that

Stephen F. Lynch

0:49:22 to 0:49:31( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: inspired the american imagination and western experience. let us honor the great 19th

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