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Solomon McCombs (Creek, 1913-1980) Oil on Canvas From the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Creek Council House Museum Association (A)
Stickball Game
signed and dated l.r.
42.5 x 71 in. (sight), 48.5 x 78 in. (framed)
1962


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Property of the Creek Council House Museum Association, Okmulgee, Oklahoma
Est $2000 - $4000
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