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English: Annie Darwin, daughter of Charles and Emma Darwin. Daguerrotype taken in 1849.
Date 1849
  • 7 May 2004 Uploaded to enWiki
Source Lukas Fenner, Matthias Egger, and Sebastien Gagneux Annie Darwin’s death, the evolution of tuberculosis and the need for systems epidemiology, Int. J. Epidemiol. (2009) 38(6): 1425-1428 doi:10.1093/ije/dyp367 ( archive); where reproduced with permission from the English Heritage Photo Library, which asserts copyright
Author Unknown photographer, uploaded by en:User:Duncharris


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