Thursday, December 20, 2007
Exhibit: “Recovered Views: African-American Portraits, 1912–1925”
Open now at the Jesse James Farm and Museum, 21216 Jesse James Farm Road, Kearney, MO. The exhibit, presented by Clay County Historic Sites, is a showing of 40 black-and-white portraits attributed to John Johnson, an African-American photographer who lived and worked in Lincoln, Neb., in the early 20th century. The display will run through Jan. 9. Call 816-628-6065 for more info.
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