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English: Photograph of Max Muller aged 30
Date c.1854 (Muller was born in December 1823). Uploaded: 2006-08-27 (first version); 2007-10-07 (last version)
Source Transfered from en.wikipedia. The picture appears at page 268 of Muller's autobiography, published 1901. In the portrait index it is said to be of Muller aged 30.
Author The photograph is credited to Walker & Cockerell by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography in its article about Muller.
Original uploader was Paul Barlow at en.wikipedia Later version(s) were uploaded by Virusbluemage, Wafulz at en.wikipedia.
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