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Español: Fotografía del escritor ecuatoriano Juan Montalvo (fallecido en 1889). Estudio de Van Bosch, París (La fotografía original está expuesta en el museo "Casa de Montalvo")
English: Photograph of Ecuadorian writer Juan Montalvo (deceased in 1889). Van Bosch studio, Paris. (The original photograph is exposed at the museum "Casa de Montalvo")
Date 4 June 2007
Source "Juan Montalvo y la idea de libertad", by César Augusto Alarcón Costta, Quito, 2006, ISBN 9978-326-02-2
Author Casa de Montalvo
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