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    • Harp (Saung Kauk)

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    • The Saung Kauk, named after its curved arch, is commonly used throughout Burma (Myanmar) for solo playing, for accompanying singers, or for chamber playing by either professional or amateur musicians. The arch is the natural root of the ""Sah""...
    • Drum (Gendang rebana)

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    • This Gendang (a rope-tension drum) is a family heritage piece that dates from the first decade of the 20th century. It has a body made from thatch palm trunk (rumbia) with rattan for lacings. The drum-head is a goat skin. The Gendang drum is used...
    • Print: Frowning, Roman-nosed woman

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    • Japanese woodblock print depicting a frowning, Roman-nosed woman printed on mica paper. Print by Yamamura Koka who was both a painter and a printmaker. A pupil of Ogata Gekko and a graduate of Tokyo Shool of Fine Arts, he was known for his actor...
    • Print: Male figure, possibly Kabuki Character

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    • Woodblock print depicting a male figure in three-quarter profile, possibly a Kabuki character. Print by Yamamura Koka who was both a painter and a printmaker. A pupil of Ogata Gekko and a graduate of Tokyo Shool of Fine Arts, he was known for his...
    • Print: Smiling Beauty

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    • Woodblock print depicting a smiling Japanese woman in three-quarter profile Yamamura Koka was both a painter and a printmaker. A pupil of Ogata Gekko and a graduate of Tokyo Shool of Fine Arts, he was known for his actor prints. His work is in a...
    • D.W. Kingsley

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    • Dr. Donaldson W. Kingsley of Hastings, son of George P. Kingsley (for whom Kingsley Dam was named) served as the District's first president of the board of directors. Dr. Kingsley's involvement with the District began in 1933 when he worked...
    • Georgetown work camp

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    • As the lake filled in the early 1940s, the water approached the site of the construction camp that housed hundreds of workers during the construction phase. Called 'Georgetown' after the many men named George who were associated with the project...
    • Streetcar Named Desire

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    • At center, Jessica Tandy as Blanche; second from right, Marlon Brando as Stanley ; directed by Elia Kazan; setting by Jo Mielziner
    • Streetcar Named Desire

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    • A 24-year-old Marlon Brando as Stanley Kowalski on the set of the stage version of A Streetcar Named Desire, photographed by Carl Van Vechten in 1948 ; directed by Elia Kazan; setting by Jo Mielziner
    • Apollo of Veii

    • Archaic Etruscan
    • Detail: head and shoulders, view from right showing left profile. Discovered in 1916. One of a group of at least four painted terracotta figures representing the god Apulu (Greek: Apollo, Apollon) pursuing Hercle (Greek: Heracles, Herakles) who...
    • Apollo of Veii

    • Archaic Etruscan
    • Detail: head and shoulders seen from front right. Discovered in 1916. One of a group of at least four painted terracotta figures representing the god Apulu (Greek: Apollo, Apollon) pursuing Hercle (Greek: Heracles, Herakles) who has stolen the...
    • Apollo of Veii

    • Archaic Etruscan
    • Overall frontal view. Discovered in 1916. One of a group of at least four painted terracotta figures representing the god Apulu (Greek: Apollo, Apollon) pursuing Hercle (Greek: Heracles, Herakles) who has stolen the Ceryneian hind. The...

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