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STONE CITY. In the 1933 Stone City, near Anamosa, Iowa was offering its second summer of serious art instruction from such famed artists as Grant Wood and Marvin Cone. Once a circus performer, Dennis Burlingame of Dubuque was marked as a "discovery" in 1932 of Chicago art patroness, Increase Robinson.
 
STONE CITY. In the 1933 Stone City, near Anamosa, Iowa was offering its second summer of serious art instruction from such famed artists as Grant Wood and Marvin Cone. Once a circus performer, Dennis Burlingame of Dubuque was marked as a "discovery" in 1932 of Chicago art patroness, Increase Robinson.
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STONE CITY. In the 1933 Stone City, near Anamosa, Iowa was offering its second summer of serious art instruction from such famed artists as Grant Wood and Marvin Cone. Once a circus performer, Dennis Burlingame of Dubuque was marked as a "discovery" in 1932 of Chicago art patroness, Increase Robinson.

See: Donald GLASELL

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Source:

"Dubuquers Have Part in Colony," Telegraph-Herald, May 21, 1933, p. 6