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Anona, c.1770-1959 (print)

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Anona, c.1770-1959 (print)

3674007 Anona, c.1770-1959 (print) by Leo Feist, Inc. (1897-1934); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA; (add.info.: James Francis Driscoll collection of historical American sheet music, ca 1770-1959, Series 12: Ethnic and Religious, n.d. Subseries 1: Ethnic, n.d. Box 287
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by McKinley, Mabel, -1937
Chicago: Leo. Feist); © Newberry Library

Media ID 33094050

© © Newberry Library / Bridgeman Images

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This print titled "Anona, c. 1770-1959" takes us on a journey through time and culture. The image, captured by Leo Feist, Inc. , showcases the rich heritage of America during the 20th century. Housed in the prestigious Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois, this print is part of the James Francis Driscoll collection of historical American sheet music. The artwork belongs to Series 12: Ethnic and Religious within the collection and falls under Subseries 1: Ethnic. It portrays a stunning cover created by Mabel McKinley, an artist active until her passing in 1937. Published by Leo Feist in Chicago, this piece represents an era when sheet music was not only a means of entertainment but also a reflection of society's values. The subject depicted is a Native American woman exuding strength and grace. Her presence reminds us of the indigenous peoples who have inhabited North America for centuries before European colonization. This print serves as a tribute to their enduring legacy. Bridgeman Images has preserved this remarkable artwork from Fine Art Finder for all to appreciate its historical significance and artistic beauty. As we gaze upon it, we are transported back to an earlier time while contemplating our shared cultural heritage as Americans.

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