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Frederick E. Church (for "American Phrenological Journal," October 1863, p. 89)

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Wood engraving with gray-green tint block; proof
Drawings and Prints, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Gift of Emma Avery Welcher and Amy Ogden Welcher 1975
Title: Frederick E. Church (for "American Phrenological Journal," October 1863, p. 89)
Description:
Wood engraving with gray-green tint block; proof.

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