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Description Unknown artist. Mary Somerville. From Evert A. Duykinck, Portrait Gallery of Eminent Men and Women in Europe and America (New York: Johnson, Wilson & Company, 1873) From Brooklyn Museum.
Date Commons upload by Magnus Manske 13:59, 14 May 2006 (UTC)
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