Bringing Josephine back to Los Angeles

Looking forward to my visit to LA tomorrow.  I was at the Autry Museum a few months ago for the first time, amazing place.  This time, I'll be visiting as part of the "Women of the West" series.  Warm thanks to Steve Aron for introducing me to the Autry!  

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