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Elephants, American Indians, and the Circus

Monday, July 3, 2017 - 5:51pm
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Photo by Dr LeAnne Howe

My mother collected elephants, bronze, ceramic, silver, large and small urns shaped like elephants, and even a belt with the silver images of marching elephants.  After she died in 2003, my brother and I were going through her things and dividing the mementos that we each wanted to keep.  I chose her elephant collection.  Today the yellow, or gray, or silver elephants of all shapes and sizes rest in various places nooks and crannies in the house that has been passed down from my grandmother, to my mother and now me.

Read the full article by Dr LeAnne Howe at Hawk Hopes Blog!

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