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Legacy of Harry Jackson: the Preeminent Sculptor & Painter of the Wild West

Harry Jackson was born and raised in an era when people didn’t have the luxury to spend time emotionalizing. Instead, they just “sucked it up” for lack of a more congenial phrase. There was no such thing as entitlement. People just lived hard with strong determination, and some of them lived with great ambition. There…

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Legacy of Harry Jackson: the Preeminent Sculptor & Painter of the Wild West

Harry Jackson was born and raised in an era when people didn’t have the luxury to spend time emotionalizing. Instead, they just “sucked it up” for lack of a more congenial phrase. There was no such thing as entitlement. People just lived hard with strong determination, and some of them lived with great ambition. There…

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