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A special Hallmark presentation: Churchill

Westminster College seniors Tilla Batisaresare and Gaurav Khanal take in the first of a series of paintings by John Spencer Churchill of his uncle Winston Churchill’s funeral procession. The paintings were donated to the museum by the Hall Foundation and are part of a new Hallmark Exhibit at the museum.

Westminster College seniors Tilla Batisaresare and Gaurav Khanal take in the first of a series of paintings by John Spencer Churchill of his uncle Winston Churchill’s funeral procession. The paintings were donated to the museum by the Hall Foundation and are part of a new Hallmark Exhibit at the museum. Photo by Katherine Cummins.

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Visitors Erin Krcmar (left) of Jefferson City and Valerie Mueller of Holts Summit take a look at some political cartoons of Winston Churchill Wednesday night during the opening of a new Hallmark Exhibit — which features items donated by Hallmark Cards founder Joyce Hall and The Hall Foundation — at the National Churchill Museum. The exhibition runs until March 8.

Westminster College seniors Tilla Batisaresare and Gaurav Khanal take in the first

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Westminster College freshman Rima Chahin takes in a scale model of Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill that was commissioned by Hallmark Cards founder Joyce Hall for the Churchill Pavilion at the New York World's Fair. The model and other pieces of the National Churchill Museum's new Hallmark Exhibit have not been on display for many years.

of a series of paintings by John Spencer Churchill of his uncle Winston Churchill’s funeral procession. The paintings were donated to the museum by the Hall Foundation and are part of a new Hallmark Exhibit at the museum.

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