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Title: Fidel Castro arrives MATS Terminal, Washington, D.C.
Digital ID: ppmsc 03256
Reproduction Number: LC-U9-2315-6 (b&w film neg.)
Created/published: 1959 April 15.
Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

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Public domain This photograph is a work for hire created between 1952 and 1986 by one of the following staff photographers at U.S. News & World Report:
  • Warren K. Leffler (WKL)
  • Thomas J. O'Halloran (TOH)
  • Marion S. Trikosko (MST)
  • John Bledsoe (JTB)
  • Chick Harrity (CWH)

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