Artwork, 1983, 1990

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Duke University. Medical Center. Office of Development and Alumni Affairs.
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Contains 2 portraits: Joseph M. Bryan and Thomas A. Finch. Bryan portrait originally hung in the Wadsworth building of the Eye Center where a clinic was named after him. Portrait was taken down when the building was transformed and the clinic moved to the Hudson Building and was renamed after another individual. The portrait was painted by an unidentified artist and dates to 1990. Finch's portrait, a furniture manufacturer from Thomasville, North Carolina, originally hung in the Finch Yeager Building until it was demolished in February 2015 to expand Wallace Wade Stadium. The building was a shared space between Duke Athletics and Duke Medicine. John Allen Furlow painted the portrait in 1983.

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