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Art Institute of Chicago, Paintings and Bronzes by Frederic Remington Lent by the George F. Harding Museum, June 21–Oct. 10, 1969, as The Chief and His Bride on the Fastest Horses.
Trust for Museum Exhibitions, Washington DC for loan to exhibit: Remington, Russell and the Language of Western Art to be held at Memphis Brooks Museum, Nov. 16, 2000–Jan. 28, 2001; Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida, Feb. 26–Apr. 4, 2001; and Portland Art Museum, Portland, Maine, Apr. 26–June 24, 2001.
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