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    Nina Roth-Wells and Lauren Lessing place the portrait of Kitty James back into its box after gathering several X-ray images of the painting Wednesday at Inland Hospital in Waterville.

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    Lauren Lessing, a curator at the Colby College Museum of Art, inspects a digital image X-ray on Wednesday in Waterville. The image shows a 19th-century portrait of Kitty James, which Lessing has been assigned to restore.

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    Nina Roth-Wells carries the painting of Kitty James out of the X-ray room after gathering images Wednesday at Inland Hospital in Waterville.

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    Lauren Lessing, a curator at the Colby College Museum of Art, inspects a digital image X-ray on Wednesday of the Kitty James portrait she has been tasked with restoring in Waterville.

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    Tina Hintz, the director of imaging services at Inland Hospital, adjusts settings of the X-ray machine Wednesday to gather images of a painting that is being restored at nearby Colby College in Waterville.

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    Lauren Lessing points on Wednesday to a painting that Nina Roth-Wells restored for the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville.

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    Nina Roth-Wells, a conservator who is working to restore Ezra Ames’ portrait of Kitty James, points on Wednesday to a shoulder in the painting that Inland Hospital in Waterville X-rayed.

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