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|1.||Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, War is Heck, 2002 2006.287<|
|2.||Lewis Hine, Newsies at Skeeters Branch, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1910 98.77.1<|
|3.||Grant Wood, Study for Breaking the Prairie, 1935–39 81.33.2a-c<|
|4.||Luis Gispert, Untitled (Three Asian Cheerleaders), 2001 2002.141<|
|5.||Anna Gaskell, As the Serpent, 1996 2002.104<|
|6.||Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Child, 1923 55.1<|
|7.||Charles Ray, Boy, 1992 92.131a-i<|
|8.||Elizabeth Peyton, Live to Ride (E.P.), 2003 2005.41<|
|9.||Frank Moore, Lullaby II, 1997 99.55a-b<|
|10.||Alexander Calder, The Wild Beast Cage, 1932 80.50.2<|
|11.||David Wojnarowicz, Untitled (One day this kid . . .), 1990 2002.183<|
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