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English: Photograph of Charles Darwin. According to the son of Charles Darwin, Francis Darwin, this portrait is by Messrs. Maull and Fox; he writes that "the date of the photograph is probably 1854; it is, however, impossible to be certain on this point, the books of Messrs. Maull and Fox having been destroyed by fire."
Date Believed to be 1854
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  1. a b Darwin F. 1899. The Botanical Work of Darwin. Annals of Botany 13: ix - xix.


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