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August 13, 2013


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Mirle Rosen

This unexpected version of a familiar man helps modern students to imagine how people during Douglass’s time may have responded to him.

Bill Trantham

I must assume, given the time in history, that the unknown artist was white and may have down played Mr. Douglas's African features and skin tone.

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