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English: Photograph : Jane and Samuel Kirkwood, 1852.
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Source From HW Lathrop (1894), "Representative Men II: Samuel J. Kirkwood" Midland Monthly Magazine, Vol 1, p.165
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2009-10-29 20:41 1062×807× (208625 bytes) Billwhittaker Jane and [[Samuel Kirkwood]], 1852. From HW Lathrop (1894), "Representative Men II: Samuel J. Kirkwood" ''Midland Monthly Magazine'', Vol 1, p.165

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