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Publicity photo of Deforrest Kelly as Dr. McCoy from the television program Star Trek.

Date 1970 is noted on back. Note that the newspaper kept this photo in their files and did not publish it until 1990. The NBC logo shown on the back of the photo is from the 1962-1975 timeframe and was replaced in 1976 with the "N" logo, so that is in keeping with the time the show was on the are on NBC originally.
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