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Lori Holmberg, executive director of the Dakota Discovery Museum, poses with "Polly Kent Rides West," foreground, by Charles Hargens Jr., and "Dakota Woman," by Harvey Dunn, Wednesday in Mitchell. The two paintings will travel to a museum in Texas next year for a "Madonnas of the Prairie" exhibit. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)

‘Dakota Woman’ headed to Texas

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Artwork depicting the evolution of early pioneering prairie women will soon be on display in Texas — including Harvey Dunn’s classic “Dakota Woman.”

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Lori Holmberg, executive director of the Dakota Discovery Museum in Mitchell, said the curator of a Texas museum contacted her in August about borrowing the painting.

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