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It's turning into an interesting search. I wonder if anyone could take
a picture of it for us. Now I really want to see it.
North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts
PO Box 305100 University of North Texas
Denton, TX 76203
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Date: Thu, 20 Nov 1997 18:01:04 -0600
From: betti longinotti <p-lstudio>
Subject: Re: The Web of Life -Reply
I spoke with Jim Biggers this evening. He said he didn't know the
artist of the mural offhand, but said he would investigate it for us
get back to me by the first of next week.
He indicated that it depicts the history of Gaston County as a textile
village. He also remarked that within the mural are black slaves
picking cotton, and that they are dressed to well to really
that period of time. He said he was pretty sure it was by a New
artist, and that it was restored several years ago.