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2 comments on “Comments

  1. cindy stewart
    July 3, 2013

    What an interesting presentation of information and your Blogistemology is educational, fun and informative. Makes me want to learn more about Goya….


  2. Laurie Ziech
    May 6, 2014

    Very interesting — what a find for the Joslyn! Hope you got to see it last night. Put that on our list of things to do for our next Omaha visit. Mom


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