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1/3/2010 10:32:28 am
Louis Rosenthal was my grandfather also and I was fortunate to have known him well. It had been said of him that he carries a museum around in his pocket. Now, thanks to Sharon Rosenthal's wonderful work, what was once carried in his pocket can be seen, as before, all around the world.
1/4/2010 10:42:41 am
What an absolutely wonderful site!
aunt louise quigley,nickles
1/4/2010 11:39:35 pm
1/6/2010 03:44:00 am
Great job. That was fascinating. I had no idea there was such talent in your family. I'd love to see the UM exhibit.
1/7/2010 09:08:57 pm
1/9/2010 10:04:29 pm
1/11/2010 05:09:59 pm
Your grandfather's website was brought to my attention by colleagues here in the museum and I have just had a wonderful time 'walking around' the website in Louis Rosenthal's footsteps.
1/22/2010 12:31:26 am
Sharon, I have had the pleasure to work and see Joseph Shepherd's paintings and schulptures some of which are of past President's as well as the Pope. I was truly amazed to see the same perfection in art as was displayed by your grandfather's work. He had a gift that I can see you are proud of and want to share with the rest of the world. I know you will fulfill your dream. All the very best, John
Leslie Mark Berman
2/9/2010 04:26:10 am
I am the son of Allan and Jean Berman from Baltimore. My mother was vry artistic and loved your Grandfather miniatures. She had passed on to me small collection of 8 beautiful schulptures beautifully crafted by your Grandfather.. I am now 66 and my Mom and Dad are gone onto a better place..I am interested in the pieces I have in terms of history and availability of others. I am sorry that you were so young when your Grandfather passed, but I am delighted that you are able to enjoy his works, and become closer to him every day in your thoughts.. when you have a chance please feel free to contact.. Sincerely Leslie M. Berman
2/14/2010 11:59:00 pm
Thanks so much for your assistance in our Helen Kane/Louis Rosenthal article. You were prompt and informative and we could get spoiled getting this sort of assistance in our project! Keep up your good work. It is most appreciated.
2/16/2010 05:09:10 am
10/14/2010 01:25:43 am
Dear Sharon Quigley-Rosenthal,
10/6/2011 08:50:33 am
How marvelous! Thanks so much for this lovely gift! Would be utterly delighted to hear from zen235 to discuss further!
10/6/2011 08:56:39 am
Oh, in case you're interested, Sharon, I'm roorieux, and lived in DC...
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8/31/2013 12:10:11 pm
Found the website faascinating. How else would I have known the history of the cufflinks
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