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ART/LIT: "An Early Work Late in Life: The Art and Life of Danny Allen" 

When the late Danny Allen’s painting, “Sunny Ducks” (pictured left), was chosen from the Memorial Art Gallery’s permanent collection for inclusion in the gallery’s current exhibit, it set off a chain of events which resulted in the publishing of a book about the artist and the author, Bill Whiting, and their life in Rochester of yesteryear.

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