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A Commitment to Conservation: Alice Smith’s Rice Plantation Series

Loading a Rice Schooner, from the series A Carolina Rice Plantation of the Fifties

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Loading a Rice Schooner, from the series A Carolina Rice Plantation of the Fifties, ca. 1935
By Alice Ravenel Huger Smith (American, 1876 – 1958)
Watercolor on paperboard
Gibbes Museum of Art, Gift of the artist (1937.009.0024)

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