Indian murals restored in Washington

July 1999
Native American Connections;1999, p20
Focuses on the Department of the Interior Building's restoration of historic murals painted by American Indian artists in Washington, D.C. Staging of a dedication ceremony to mark the completion of the restoration project; Reflection by the murals of traditional themes and touches of Indian humor.


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