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English: Leland Stanford's official portrait as California Governor.
Date 1862 or 1863
(12 November 2003 (original upload date))
Source California State Capitol Museum. ( Photos courtesy California Department of General Services)
Author Can YOU help provide this information? Original uploader was Gentgeen at en.wikipedia
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