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Inge Ruth Hardison was an African-American female sculptor and artist of the 1930’s. She was known for her unique collection of busts called Negro Giants in History. The busts were meant to give honor to the blacks that were not then depicted in the National Hall of Fame in Washington DC.  Inge Hardison was also the only woman among the six artists who formed the Black Academy of Arts and Letters.

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