Civil Rights Duke University Segregation African American Panting Vtg Auto Art
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Civil Rights Duke University Segregation African American Panting Vtg Auto Art:
Ransom Rathbone Patrick (1906-1971)
Patrick was head of the Art Department at Duke University in 1963 when the first five black students were admitted. Two of those students were male and we believe the handsome young man in this painting is either Nathaniel White Jr. or Gene Wendall. Patrick adding anearly 1960s station wagon supports our conclusion. Measures 25" by 18" to the outside of original oak wood frame. Shipping will be $10.95 to any U.S. address ($18.00 foreign).
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