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A group of Williams archeologists and archivists searching for the early origins of professors salaries’ found this icon among a bushel of shirt cardboards from Rudnick’s Laundry and Dry Cleaning (early).

It is believed to be a representation of St David The Very, Very Aggrieved who was slain by an incensed but highly accurate mob of archers for posting his ‘Fourteen Theses on Budget Cuts’ on the door of Griffin Hall.

St David the Very, Very Aggrieved is the patron saint of
Nit Pickers and Lint Collectors.

(Tempera and photoshop on gesso)

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