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Also known as the Vermont Centennial Arch, it was designed by William C. Bull to celebrate Vermont's statehood in 1791. It was built of wood and covered with canvas painted to replicate the stones of its better-known and more permant Battle Monument,…

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Lo Pinto, Ferdinand (1906-1980) Lo Pinto was the son of Italian immigrants in New York City, his father a physician. After attending the National Academy of Design and taking classes at the Art Students League, he exhibited at venues like the…

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Lo Pinto, Ferdinand (1906-1980) Lo Pinto was the son of Italian immigrants in New York City, his father a physician. After attending the National Academy of Design and taking classes at the Art Students League, he exhibited at venues like the…

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Lo Pinto, Ferdinand (1906-1980) Lo Pinto was the son of Italian immigrants in New York City, his father a physician. After attending the National Academy of Design and taking classes at the Art Students League, he exhibited at venues like the…

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Lo Pinto, Ferdinand (1906-1980) Lo Pinto was the son of Italian immigrants in New York City, his father a physician. After attending the National Academy of Design and taking classes at the Art Students League, he exhibited at venues like the…

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The Sobol brothers, Ira and Benjamin, owned a chain of gas stations under license of Standard Oil of New York (SOCONY)--as of 1938, at more than 150 locations. They advertised them as "Stations of Reputation." A Sobol Bros. station appears in Neva…

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Poster for Federal Art Project exhibition of regional art (New Jersey and New York) at the Federal Art Gallery, 225 West 57 St., New York City, showing a stylized gallery view.

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Cathedral termite mounds, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

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Beaver dragging a log to build its dam
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