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1988   Hue Remembered
Notecard reproductions of an Oil by Eleanor Bowman
"I painted the Vietnamese girl with sadness of heart the year that Vietnam fell and our friends had to flee the land of their birth and memory. She stands symbolically before the suggested ancient city of HUE (pronounced Whey) which, with its tiled palaces amid a sea of fragrant trees, and its lotus-clogged canals flowing into the River of Perfumes, was the pride and focus of all Vietnam.
"The voices of our friends with a message of Hope are now heard across the land." -E. B.
Eleanor Bowman is wife of FEBC President and Co-founder Robert H. Bowman.
©1988 Far East Broadcasting Company, Box 1, La Mirada, CA 90637. Printed in U.S.A.