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Quincy Tahoma Rides the Railroad

Post by Vera Marie I have been reading a fascinating book about the life and business of Fred Harvey, who helped the Santa Fe railroad draw tourists to the western United States in the early twentieth century, and played a … Continue reading

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Tahoma Book Goes on the Road

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Post by Vera Marie I’ll be heading to Albuquerque later this week in order to speak at the BookWorks book store about Quincy Tahoma’s life and art.  I’m delighted that David Brugge, who wrote the foreword to Quincy Tahoma: The … Continue reading

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Blood on the Skull and A Move to Albuquerque

Post by Vera Marie The two young men who had been roaming through the southwest and Mexico collecting crafts and artifacts got to the point where they had accumulated more than they could handle. Although they had traded, like ancient … Continue reading

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David Brugge

I would like to introduce David Brugge, because he became one of the most important resources that we had as we tried to answer our many questions about Quincy Tahoma. Several people recommended that we talk to David Brugge, who, … Continue reading

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