New art work by Peter Sinclair of the suffrage campaign wagon

Posted by on March 31, 2012 in 60-Second History Lesson | 4 comments

A new piece of art work is hanging on my wall, a gift from an old friend Peter Sinclair, an artist and historian from the Hudson Valley. Peter played a key role in storing the suffrage campaign wagon in a safe place until it finally reached its resting place in the New York State Museum. Peter’s artistic interpretation of the wagon is one of many expressions of care that have been part of the wagon’s history over the years. This isn’t an isolated instance of preservation for Peter Sinclair, as this article from Woodstock Times details.

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4 Comments

  1. Talented guy. An inspired work of art. A real gift.

    • So many different ways of viewing the same subject matter on this news channel.

  2. I like your intriguing blog. Super information.

  3. This is such a sweet story. Thank you for sharing it.

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