AP edition also available for $500 unframed.
AND CROWN THY GOOD WITH BROTHERHOOD by Terry Redlin. "There was something about the opening up of America that seemed to bring out the best in people. It was probably the need to cooperate in building a new way of life from scratch. The holiday season was only the most obvious example of this impulse. Times were slowly getting easier. Electricity had arrived. Automobiles were no longer oddities. And good will extended beyond human neighbors to the wildlife, with corn and a salt lick offered to the curious deer."