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He Lost his Hold and Fell, Taking Me with him, from The Grain Ship by Morgan Robertson, published in Harpers Monthly Magazine, March 1909

by Howard Pyle

He Lost his Hold and Fell, Taking Me with him, from The Grain Ship by Morgan Robertson, published in Harpers Monthly Magazine, March 1909 - Howard Pyle
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He Lost his Hold and Fell, Taking Me with him, from The Grain Ship by Morgan Robertson, published in Harpers Monthly Magazine, March 1909 - Howard Pyle

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English: "He Lost his Hold and Fell, Taking Me with him, from The Grain Ship by Morgan Robertson, published in Harpers Monthly Magazine, March 1909" oil on Canvas.
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1909

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Howard Pyle

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