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Although Millsaps College history professor Stephanie Rolph wouldn't call herself a specialist on art, on April 11, she will deliver "Perspectives in the Press" in conjunction with the Mississippi Museum of Art's exhibit, "Civil War Drawings: The Becker Collection."
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