The Forgotten Mural
NOTICE: The Forgotten Mural, featuring famous immigrants and additional items, will be exhibited at the Thronateeska Heritage Museum in Albany, Georgia, starting in July 2024 for six months or longe

In 2008, Andrew reimagined Edward Laning's 1938 work, "The Role of the Immigrant in the Industrial Development of America," a WPA initiative. Now known as "The Forgotten Mural" and previously "The Lost Mural of Ellis Island," Andrew's traveling exhibition pays tribute to our ancestors. Unfortunately, the original mural remained unseen by the public, located in a restricted cafeteria. Students from Agassi Prep in Las Vegas participated in the recreation of the painting. The artwork consists of 19 canvas panels, measuring a total of 88 feet in length and heights ranging from 1 1/2 to 4 feet, designed to fit various wall dimensions. More information is provided on the next two pages, detailing 'Famous Immigrants' and 'Additional Items in Exhibit.'