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  • Ed Loper Sr., influential artist

    For the past half century, Ed Loper had been a central figure in the art world of Delaware. His memorable scenes of Market Street, the Brandywine and other scenic landscapes have become an invaluable part of the Delaware Valley art tradition. The mostly self-taught artist has influenced and enhanced the First State in several ways. […]
  • Louis L. Redding, champion of equality

    Harvard-trained lawyer Louis L. Redding could have taken his skills to greener pastures, but instead he became Delaware’s first black lawyer in 1929 and for many decades served as the First State’s foremost advocate of civil rights. Redding, choosing to fight for civil rights in Delaware, pioneered the opening of the University of Delaware to […]

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