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File:Bernard Gilliam - Phryne before the Chicago Tribunal.jpg


English: 1884 US political cartoon showing James G. Blaine covered in his scandals, (based on J.-L. Gerome's painting of Phryne; see File:Gérôme, Jean-Léon - Phryne vor den Richtern - 1861.jpg)
Date 1884
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