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Your Estate Sale Goddess Presents:
THE AFRICAN QUEEN ART ESTATE SALE
SAVE THE DATE!Your Estate Sale Goddess presents "THE AFRICAN QUEEN" our LAST estate sale of the year! Set your alert for Saturday & Sunday, from 9am-5pm, December 15th & 16th, 2018.This sale is perfect for snagging some last minute Christmas gifts. Expect: Artwork by Charles Bibbs, Margaret Burroughs, Annie Lee, Waterford crystal, Shona Verdite signed sculptures, African masks and wall hangings, RACKS of African garb, and for my VINTAGE GIRLS, hats for dayzzzzz! Any RECORD people?? How about BAKELITE lovers? Lastly do me a solid? SHARE! Questions? Ring or Text Lynne McDaniel @ 312.450.9821
Margaret Taylor-Burroughs (November 1, 1915-2010, also known as Margaret Taylor Goss, Margaret Taylor Goss Burroughs or Margaret T G Burroughs; was an American visual artist, writer, poet, educator, and arts organizer. She co-founded the Ebony Museum of Chicago, now the DuSable Museum of African American History. An active member of the African-American community, she also helped to establish the South Side Community Art Center, whose opening on May 1, 1941 was dedicated by the First Lady of the United States Eleanor Roosevelt. There at the age of 23 Burroughs served as the youngest member of its board of directors. A long-time educator, she spent most of her career at DuSable High School. Taylor-Burroughs was a prolific writer, with her efforts directed toward the exploration of the Black experience and to children, especially to their appreciation of their cultural identity and to their introduction and growing awareness of art.
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