Sometimes history is written in ink, sometimes in paint.
The name Leo W. Jenkins is a well-known one at East Carolina University. The former chancellor is most remembered for expanding the university, a legacy engraved on the Leo W. Jenkins Cancer Center and the Jenkins Fine Arts Center.
But he also left his name on a collection of personal paintings illustrating his love for eastern North Carolina.
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