Each year, the recipient of the Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Award carries home a bronze eagle perched on granite. The eagle was designed and sculpted by Mrs. Loeb. In its original larger format, it greeted visitors to her home from its perch just outside the front door. Nackey Scagliotti and Edie Tomasko chose the eagle sculpted by their mother as an appropriate symbol of the First Amendment. The granite base represents the state of New Hampshire.