The Americas and Caribbean Islands
Minnesota was not the only place in the United States that Adolf Dehn used as his inspiration. It was not even the only place in North America that sparked Dehn's interests. He joined the Art Students League in 1917, housed in New York City, to persue his art education. During World War I, he was drafted and went through boot camp in Spartaburg, South Carolina. And, during and after World War II, he traveled throughout the western United States and Mexico, due to an award of the Guggenheim Fellowship.
And, after his marriage to Virginia, during their honeymoon they travelled throughout the Caribbean Islands and South America as they "did not put [Dehn] in a satirical mood."