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Mark Chapman, Attica, New York

Harry Benson, born 02 Dec 1929  Search this
Mark David Chapman, born 10 May 1955  Search this
Frame: 65.7 x 78.4cm (25 7/8 x 30 7/8")
United States\New York\Wyoming\Attica
Printed Material\Book  Search this
Mark David Chapman: Male  Search this
Mark David Chapman: Law and Law Enforcement\Criminal\Murderer  Search this
Portrait  Search this
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Owner: Harry Benson Ltd.
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© Harry Benson Ltd. All rights reserved
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Catalog of American Portraits

Marilyn Church Courtroom Drawings

Church, Marilyn  Search this
Black Liberation Army  Search this
FALN.  Search this
WorldCom (Firm).  Search this
Berkowitz, David Richard, 1953-  Search this
Carter, Rubin, 1937-  Search this
Chapman, Mark David  Search this
Combs, Sean John  Search this
Galella, Ron  Search this
Hinckley, John, Jr.  Search this
Kennedy, Caroline, 1957-  Search this
Milken, Michael  Search this
Mitchell, John N. (John Newton), 1913-1988  Search this
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994  Search this
Quinlan, Karen Ann  Search this
Shakur, Tupac, 1971-1996  Search this
Shields, Brooke  Search this
Stans, Maurice H., 1908-1998  Search this
Stewart, Martha  Search this
Vicious, Sid  Search this
Westmoreland, William C. (William Childs), 1914-  Search this
Whitehead, Mary Beth  Search this
Williams, Harrison A.  Search this
1.5 Cubic feet (3 map-folders)
Collection descriptions
Archival materials
Courtroom illustrations
Scope and Contents note:
Thirty-eight courtroom drawings by artist Marilyn Church. The drawings depict scenes from some of the most famous and notorious cases in the city of New York: Tupac Shakur's 1994 trial for sexual abuse; Sean John Combs's 2001 trial for assault and weapons violations; Sid Vicious's (John Simon Ritchie) pre-trial hearing for murder in 1978; Rubin "Hurricane" Carter's 1976 re-trial for murder; John Hinckley, Jr.'s 1982 trial for attempting to assassinate President Ronald Reagan; Mark David Chapman's 1981 trial for the murder of John Lennon; Kevin King's 1982 trial for harassing Caroline Kennedy; photographer Ron Galella's trial for stalking Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis; Brooke Shields's 1981 case against photographer Gary Gross; David "Son of Sam" Berkowitz's 1978 murder trial; the 1990 trial of five youths charged with assaulting a jogger in Central Park; Bernhard Goetz's 1987 trial for attempted murder and assault; Michael Milken's 1990 trial for securities violations; the 2002 trial of executives of WorldCom; Martha Stewart's 2004 trial for conspiracy and obstruction of justice charges; John Gotti's 1992 trial for racketeering, murder and numerous other charges; Joseph Quinlan's petition to the court to discontinue keeping his daughter, Karen Ann Quinlan, alive by means of a respirator; the 1978 negligence lawsuit of a Florida couple named Del Zio against Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center over one of the first attempts at conceiving a "test tube baby"; the 1987 custody dispute regarding "Baby M", who was born to a surrogate mother, Mary Beth Whitehead; the 1974 trial of John Mitchell and Maurice Stans for their roles in the Watergate conspiracy; New Jersey Senator Harrison A. Williams's 1981 trial for conspiracy and bribery following the FBI's "Abscam" sting operation; General William Westmoreland's 1982 lawsuit against CBS; the FALN's (Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional) 1997 hearing on charges of terrorism; the 1983-1984 trial of several members of the Black Liberation Army for robbery of a Brinks armored car (a series of trials that came to be referred to as the "Brinks trials"); the 1993 trial of four defendants in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing; and the "Landmarks Terror Trial", in which ten Arab immigrants were tried for a plot to blow up a wide range of New York City landmarks.
1 series.
Biographical/Historical note:
New York-based courtroom artist.
Collection donated by Marilyn Church in 2008.
Unrestricted research access on site by appointment.
Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.
Trials (Murder)  Search this
Trials (Sex crimes)  Search this
Trials -- New York (N.Y.)  Search this
World Trade Center Bombing, New York (N.Y.), 1993  Search this
Trials (Assassination)  Search this
Trials (Assault and battery)  Search this
Surrogate mothers  Search this
Terrorism -- United States  Search this
Trials (Conspiracy)  Search this
Trials (Attempted murder)  Search this
Trials (Bribery)  Search this
Central Park Jogger Rape Trial -- 1990 -- New York (N.Y.)  Search this
Courtroom art  Search this
Trials (Malpractice)  Search this
Trials (Custody of children)  Search this
Courts -- New York (N.Y.)  Search this
Fertilization in vitro  Search this
Courtroom artists -- New York (N.Y.)  Search this
Courtroom illustrations
Marilyn Church Courtroom Drawings, 1975-2004, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.
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