Painting serves as mystical sign for staffer

Belz, Emily
June 2007
Hill;6/12/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 69, p35
The article focuses on the significance of a painting which serves as a sign for a staffer to work for a legislator in the U.S. Lindsey Mask first saw a painting when she interviewed Representative Buck McKeon of California in his office. It depicted former President George Washington kneeling in the snow at the Valley Forge kneeling. Mask divided her time for spokeswoman duties and committee work.


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