James Jebusa Shannon (1862-1923), Part II

by Matthew Innis |

In 1904, after winning the gold medal at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Shannon sailed to America to take advantage of his newfound status at home. Settling in New York City, in a studio shared with . . .

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