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File:Revolução de 1930.jpg

English: Getúlio Vargas (centre) and his followers pictured by Claro Jansson during their short stay in Itararé ( São Paulo) on the way to Rio de Janeiro after the successful Brazilian Revolution of 1930.
Português: Comitiva de Getúlio Vargas (ao centro) fotografada por Claro Jansson durante sua passagem por Itararé ( São Paulo) a caminho do Rio de Janeiro após a vitoriosa Revolução de 1930.
Date 1930
Author Claro Jansson (1877-1954)
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