Karen Meredith and Ray Morgan hope to see the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame reopen next summer. They recreated the stern-faced farmer and daughter in “American Gothic,” a copy of which hangs in a building at the center.
Karen Meredith and Ray Morgan hope to see the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame reopen next summer. They recreated the stern-faced farmer and daughter in “American Gothic,” a copy of which hangs in a building at the center. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Karen Meredith and Ray Morgan hope to see the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame reopen next summer. They recreated the stern-faced farmer and daughter in “American Gothic,” a copy of which hangs in a building at the center. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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