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Pictures in the Fire cartoon from Tomahawk magazine August 24th 1867

by Matthew "Matt" Somerville Morgan

Pictures in the Fire cartoon from Tomahawk magazine August 24th 1867 - Matthew "Matt" Somerville Morgan
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Pictures in the Fire cartoon from Tomahawk magazine August 24th 1867 - Matthew "Matt" Somerville Morgan

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English: "Pictures in the Fire cartoon from Tomahawk magazine August 24th 1867" oil on Canvas.
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1867

Author

Matthew "Matt" Somerville Morgan

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