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File:Albert Camus, gagnant de prix Nobel, portrait en buste, posé au bureau, faisant face à gauche, cigarette de tabagisme.jpg

Français : Albert Camus, gagnant de prix Nobel, portrait de buste, posé au bureau, faisant face à gauche, avec une cigarette
English: Albert Camus, Nobel prize winner, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left, smoking cigarette
Date 1957
Author New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection, see, where the New York World-Telegram and Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection considers all of its photographs public domain
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Public domain This photograph is a work for hire created prior to 1968 by a staff photographer at New York World-Telegram & Sun. It is part of a collection donated to the Library of Congress. Per the deed of gift, New York World-Telegram & Sun dedicated to the public all rights it held for the photographs in this collection upon its donation to the Library. Thus, there are no known restrictions on the usage of this photograph.

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