File:Franklin bust at Columbia University IMG 0924.JPG
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English: FRanklin bust at Archives Department of Columbia University, NYC
|Date||24 July 2009|
|Source||I ( Billy Hathorn ( talk)) created this work entirely by myself.
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|Author||Billy Hathorn ( talk)|
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|File change date and time||08:24, 24 July 2009|
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