Size: Sound recording: 2 sound cassettes.
Transcript: 68 p.
Summary: An interview of Marshall Fredericks conducted 1981 Aug. 5, by Joy Colby, in Fredericks' studio, in Royal Oak, Mich.
Fredericks speaks of his childhood and family background; his education; how his interest in sculpture began; Carl Milles and others who influenced him; his interest in Scandinavia; his early career in sculpture; his important commissions, including the Cleveland War Memorial; his service in the military during World War II; his work in Norway; and his family. His wife Rosalind also contributes to the interview.