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U.S. Art Company movers Clint Ray, left, and Richard Conway, right, of Dallas, lift "Dakota Woman" out of its case at the Dakota Discovery Museum Thursday in Mitchell. Along with "Polly Kent Rides West," the pair of Harvey Dunn classics will transported to Canyon, Texas, where they will be on loan as a part of the "Madonnas of the Prairie" exhibit. The exhibit starts next month and runs until August 30. (Marcus Traxler/Republic)

PHOTO: Dakota Woman painting being moved

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Two Harvey Dunn paintings from Mitchell's Dakota Discovery Museum will be on loan to a Texas museum as a part of the "Madonnas of the Prairie" exhibit showing artwork representing empowered pioneer women of the early 1900s. The exhibit opens in April and runs through Aug. 30.

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