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2014 Race Report: AVAM’s Homecoming Queen Fifi & Bumpo Learns to Drive



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AVAM’s Homecoming Queen Fifi & Bumpo Learns to Drive

A museum piece 364¼ days of the year, Fifi emerges annually into the city and her adoring public.

Another classic delight from the American Visionary Art Museum, Bumpo the elephant is learning to drive as the race turns 16.

Fifi was led astray by the wind, and was pushed off the rocks by this spectator.


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  6. Six Sculptures from Jemicy School
  7. Swan Song of Betsy Patterson
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  1. Sticky Situation
  2. Do You Want To Build a Sculpture
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  5. AVAM’s Homecoming Queen Fifi & Bumpo Learns to Drive
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