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Thomas Moran, Valley of Babbling Waters, 1876
Thomas Moran, Valley of Babbling Waters
[Utah], 1876
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Image: Thomas Moran (1837-1926), Valley of Babbling Waters, [southern Utah], chromolithograph, TM: Prang's American Chromo., L. Prang & Co., 1876. Library of Congress LC-USZC4-3248 DLC.
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