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9/11 Annual Tribute Lights Print
9/11 Annual Tribute Lights Print
This shot was taken September 11, 2002 and the city of New York is still overwhelmed because of this horrific attack.  To commemorate the fallen and injured, some agency decided to salute the city with “Tribute Lights”. After traveling home from work on the train, ferry boat with coast guard escort and a city bus.  Later that night it was refreshing to walk on onto my Terrace, to span New Jersey and Manhattan. To my amazement I saw the “Tribute Lights”, with an angelic image. It appeared to have created a place for us to receive some peace.  This angelic image now reminds us of hate, instead of love. - Ronald Washington Read more about reflections on this image and its impact here.
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“Optics” Photo Print
“Optics” Photo Print
A sign of History in the Making! Each morning sunrise, is an opportunity to live your life on the Right Side of History. To embrace all Adventures and resolve new mysteries.
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Lincoln Civil War Print
Lincoln Civil War Print

This print will be sold and shipped in a 18x24 frame in numerical sequence of 1 of 100.

Artist, James E. Taylor is significant for his historical contributions of art.  His works depicts him as being employed as a field artist, during the American Civil War.  After serving his country during the Civil War, this artist began working for the Frank Leslie magazine.  Later in his life, Mr. Taylor continued his craft by operating as a consultant.

At one point he was commissioned, to use his unique skills for a new customer.  So in 1892, he was hired to reflect on his mature mind.  He was challenged to describe our American way of life back in 1863. This request was completed with two distinct titles, from which his customer could choose. These two titles are as follows, The Condition of 1863 or “Appealing to be allowed to help for the Union”.

What a wonderful reason which explains why he created this historical print.  He reminds us that we had a successful Black family lifestyle during those war years.  Shown is an honorable Blackman sacrificing his family life, to fight for the Union.

In the background of his print, Mr. Taylor shows Confederate and Black Union troops engaging in battle.   A Black Union troop Battle flag shows “USCT”.  This acronym stands for the “United States Colored Troops”.

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Shaw Family House Print
Shaw Family House Print
The Shaw Family House on Staten Island, New York Our print is symbolic of a look back, into the lifestyle of a progressive family. Inside these walls is where I experienced some unique experiences. This Shaw family was instrumental, in moving our American freedoms forward. This print also personalizes my inspiration for making an historic speech on July 18, 2013. The name of my speech is “The Missing Prayer of July 17, 1863”. My delivery was to announce a message given to me, by George Shaw. This new insight indicated another reason, why the 54th regiment, charged Fort Wagner, July 18, 1863. Francis Shaw mandated to the Union Military Superiors. That he desired for his son, Colonel Robert G. Shaw, to be buried with his men of the 54th. That Colonel Shaw set forth a standard for military integration and a greater respect for American soldiers. History sadly reveals that it was in 1948, when America realized an obvious oversight. Just a reminder that our current history of the Shaw family, is always associated with their Boston connection. As a Staten Islander, I have been on a personal campaign, to expand on the accuracy of an American family.
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