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Edmund Darch Lewis "Nebraska Notch," oil
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Edmund Darch Lewis "Nebraska Notch," oil on board (American, 1835-1910). Signed and dated "Edmund Darch Lewis, 1876" ll, titled ll, 29 3/4 x 50 in., framed Condition:...

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