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Carter Collection Bronze Castings of Jimmy Carter's Hands

Carter Collection Bronze Castings of Jimmy Carter's Hands

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Publication Date

2022

Abstract

These cast bronze hands of the 39th President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Jimmy Carter, were made by Adrian E. Flatt (1921-2017), head of hand surgery at Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) in Dallas. Flatt has casts from over 120 celebrities, sports figures, politicians, astronauts, and other well-known persons. The bronze castings of President Carter’s hands are curated as part of the Jimmy Carter National Historical Park collections in Plains, Georgia. You can also find where the President left his handprints in wet cement at his boyhood home site.

Documented with permission of the National Park Service, Jimmy Carter Historical Park. Methods- structured light 3D scanning and photogrammetric imaging capture.

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Politicians, Philanthropists, National Park Service, 39th President, Jimmy Carter, Nobel Peace Prize

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1 3-D Model

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Sumter County (Ga.); Plains (Ga.)

Carter Collection Bronze Castings of Jimmy Carter's Hands

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