W. S. Hedges "A Race Meeting at Jacksonville, Alabama" Custom Print
Original work: W. S. Hedges (American, active 1831 - 1847), A Race Meeting at Jacksonville, Alabama, 1841, oil on canvas, 19 3/4 x 33 3/4 in. (50.2 x 85.7 cm), Collection of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama; Museum purchase with funds provided by Mr. Coleman Cooper; EBSCO Industries, Inc.; Mr. Henry S. Lynn, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack McSpadden; the Regina and Harold E. Simon Fund; and Mary Arminda Mays in the memory of John Edward Mays, by exchange, 1985.278
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