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Janine and a statue of Obama in front of Le Moda, a furniture store, 81 Market Street, Newark, 2016. The owner of the store learnt of the statues at a convention in Texas

Janine and a statue of Obama in front of Le Moda, a furniture store, 81 Market Street, Newark, 2016. The owner of the store learnt of the statues at a convention in Texas

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Photograph shows a woman seated next to a statue of Barack Obama.
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Gift/Purchase; Camilo J. Vergara; 2017.
Forms part of the Vergara Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

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01/01/2016
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new jersey
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Publication may be restricted. For information see: "Camilo Vergara...," http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/619_verg.html

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