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Requiem for Mother Emanuel #5, 2016, by Leo Twiggs (American, b. 1934), batik, 24 x 30 inches; On loan courtesy of Hugh T. Scogin, Jr.

Requiem for Mother Emanuel #5, 2016, by Leo Twiggs (American, b. 1934), batik, 24 x 30 inches; On loan courtesy of Hugh T. Scogin, Jr.

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