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Frank Horton and John Bivins Jr.

Frank Horton and John Bivins Jr.

From left to right: John Bivins Jr. (1940-2001), director of publications at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) at Old Salem, Frank L. Horton (1918-2004), co-founder of MESDA, Ridley Tyler Smith of Greensboro, and Sarah Warmath of Greensboro. Mrs. Warmath donated the Virginia tea table made by Robert Walker to MESDA’s collection.

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