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Historical Exhibit
The last stop on the nation-wide tour of the unique exhibit, "Becoming a Nation: Americana From the Diplomatic Reception Rooms" will be in Portland, Maine.  The exhibit will be on display at the Portland Museum of Art through January 5, 2005.  Take a sneak peek at some of the items that are on exhibit.

This painting, along with other objects, is just one of the historical items found in the State Department Diplomatic Reception Rooms.

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