Fasciculus:Frederick T. Greenhalge.jpg

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Frederick_T._Greenhalge.jpg(503 × 556 elementa imaginalia, magnitudo fasciculi: 16 chiliocteti, typus MIME: image/jpeg)

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English: Frederick Thomas Greenhalge (1842-1896), Governor of Massachusetts
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Fons Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division: LC-USZ62-54259
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