Art: In Dubuque

Three large murals by James E. McBurney, Chicago artist, were installed in the new Federal Bank and Trust Co., Dubuque, Ia. They represent Dubuque, the French trader, being shown the lead mines of the region by Sauk and Fox Indians; the first steamboat going up the Mississippi, watched with awe and premonition by aborigines on the bluff; the old ferry which bore the pioneer settlers in their " covered wagons " across the great river near Dubuque.


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