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Samella Lewis. "House of Shango, " Lithograph:
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Samella Lewis. "House of Shango, " Lithograph: Samella Sanders Lewis. (American, b. 1924). ED 31/60, pencil signed and dated "Samella Lewis 1992, " lr,...

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