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Stories Behind the Portraits: The Dunnicas

Discovering History through Art Historians usually add a painting as an illustration. Fine Art Investigations uses portraits as an entry point to history.  An example is the stories behind the recently re-discovered portraits of the Dunnicas. The first part of their … Continue reading

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James Sidney Rollins: Warmest Personal Friend – Part III

During his time in the United States Congress, James Sidney Rollins introduced a bill to build a railroad and a telegraph line from Missouri to California. The bill eventually passed as the Pacific Railway Acts of 1862. He voted for … Continue reading

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