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July 7, 2013 10:28 AM

9 paintings by Amiri Farris donated to Penn Center National Historic Landmark District

Fred Hicks recently donated nine paintings by local artist Amiri Farris to Penn Center National Historic Landmark District. The retired college administrator sits on the directors circle of the Telfair Museums of Art and the Telfair Legacy Society. The Dr. Fred Hicks Collection will be displayed in Lathers Dormitory, which serves as the administration office for the Penn Center.

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