Progressive legacy of Empire State

January 2016
Filipino Reporter;1/22/2015, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p17
Exhibition Review
The article reviews the exhibition Path Through History at the East Gallery of the New York State Capitol in New York that started on January 14, 2016.


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