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Edith Roberson (aka Edie Roberson)


The Magic Feather

Colored pencil and acrylic
23.5 x 28.25 x 1.75 in.
Gift of the Museum Advisory Board in recognition of Stanford Cazier, University President (1980-1992), and Shirley Cazier

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