I bring forward… a brick. […] This is a special brick. This brick, technically, is stolen… This brick was stolen from the Pullman factory down in Pullman Town. […]My name is Scott Priz and my [great-great] grandfather’s name was Edward Prizbarowski, he was a Polish communist who in about 1890, was captured by the Czar sent to Siberia, escaped from the Gulag, made his way to Finland, and stowed away on a boat to Chicago where he worked in the Pullman Factory as a cabinet maker. […] I would say it belongs in the Museum of Stolen Objects! (That really belong to the thief).
Museum: “The Museum of Stolen Objects That Really Belong to The Thief”
Exhibited by Scott Priz
Edited by S. Washington
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