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United States artist noted for his line-drawn caricatures (1904-2003)

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Alleghany Capital Corporation, a subsidiary of Alleghany Corporation, has announced that WWSC Holdings, LLC ("W&W|AFCO") has acquired the Hirschfeld Industries group of companies, the company said.
He joins Hirschfeld with an accomplished track record, having completed $1.
As a long-time New York developer and resident, Hirschfeld feels that the roadways welcome visitors to New York and so should reflect the city accordingly.
Hirschfeld begins with two chapters on the theory and history of satisfaction.
According to Leopold, each work included in the book and the exhibition is an example of how Hirschfeld was effortlessly able to record a moment in time and make it appear timeless.
Hirschfeld is interested in what happens to satisfaction when it is removed from the ambit of human agency and appropriated by the divine.
The new line offers consumers customized beauty solutions for the relaxing, luxurious, at-home spa experience they crave, Hirschfeld says.
Off to one side is Hirschfeld himself, crouched over his desk and diligently sketching away.
Underwater Archaeology Talk - Underwater archaeologist Nicolle Hirschfeld will give a free illustrated talk on "Living Low on the High Seas of the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean" at 6 p.
Evans and Prada are both students at the Academy of Trades and Technology charter school, and twice a week they go to the local offices of Associated Builders and Contractors, where they learn construction trade skills from veteran Joseph Hirschfeld.
ROA vice-president Tony Hirschfeld says: "We're delighted to have raised such a significant sum.
Magnus Hirschfeld and the Quest for Sexual Freedom: A History of the First International Sexual Freedom Movement.
There is an Al Hirschfeld-like caricaturist whose last name is Hirschfeld and who may or may not be related to Al Hirschfeld.
Developer Elie Hirschfeld, CEO of Hirschfeld Properties -- the company behind projects such as Hotel Pennsylvania, the Crowne Plaza and the Manhattan Mall -- ran in the Team for Kids race, a charity that provides free or low-cost health and fitness programs to children with limited access to regular physical activity.