The All-Union Art Museum was a museum in Victoria, the capital of the North American Union. The building's exterior was modeled after the Roman Temple of Concord. Among other collections, the museum had an extensive collection of art made by the Haida tribe from the Queen Charlotte Islands.
In 1995, The Two Georges painting was loaned to the All-Union Art Museum from Britain for a tour of the NAU, and placed in the Heritage Room. Dr. Kathleen Flannery of the Museum was the head curator for the tour.
- The Two Georges, p. 370, HC.
- Ibid., pg. 107, mpb.
- Ibid., pgs. 22-24, mpb.