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An Historic House, A Thomas Cole Painting, And A Lawsuit
At the Seward House Historic Museum, the central attraction used to be a Thomas Cole painting. But "early one morning last month movers escorted by the police pulled up to the house, removed the Cole landscape, which measures roughly 7 by 5 feet, from the drawing room and hauled it away." The New York Times 03/17/13
Posted March 17, 2013 06:25 PM




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