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File:Wexford victims ashore, 1913.png

English: Bodies from the Wexford (from the Great Lakes Storm of 1913) washed ashore near Goderich, Ontario, Canada.
Date 1913
Source Institute for Great Lakes Research, Bowling Green State University.
Author Unknown

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