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March 27

Central Park, Winter

Central Park, Winter

1813 – Nathaniel Currier was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts. With James Merritt Ives, he produced highly popular lithographs and prints. They showed typical scenes and events in American family life, decorated with lively young men and women. Nathaniel Currier, a Unitarian, died on November 20, 1888.

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