A friend mailed me two pages from a magazine that contained pictures of the panels along with their meanings that were recently part of the Labor Department mural fiasco.

I am a senior citizen and found the information to be educational as well as interesting. Imagine what the mural’s panels and information could do for students.

These pictures convinced me even more that the mural belongs in the state museum so the general public can have access to it. I hope the panels are removed from storage and made available for all visitors to the museum, not just a few state workers.

Jackie Chadbourne


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