User talk:K10wnsta

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Welcome to Wikimedia Commons, K10wnsta!
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WikiLaurent (talk) 20:44, 11 March 2010 (UTC)

Hi K10wnsta,
You mentioned "Public domain" as a source. However that's not a real source. Where did you scan/upload/whatever/download the image from ? -- Krinkletalk 22:11, 11 March 2010 (UTC)
OH! I see what you mean. I'm sorry, I thought the 'source' you were asking for was the name of the photographer (ie. the original copyright holder). I finally understood what was being requested when it occurred to me that my assurance alone was not adequate to prove the subject of those images was Walt Disney and not just any old newspaper boy from 1910's. I actually scanned that image a few years ago from a magazine article detailing Disney's formative years (I believe it was an analysis of what made him who he was). Unfortunately, any effort on my part to name the specific magazine (TIME?...LIFE??) would likely be a misattribution as I've long since parted ways with it. However, I've also seen it in a couple of books, one of which I may still be in possession of. I'll rummage through the attic this evening and see if I can't track it down to provide a concrete source for the image contents.
--K10wnsta (talk) 20:43, 7 April 2010 (UTC)
If you do find the source, please inform User:Polarlys so that he can restore the picture. WikiLaurent (talk) 20:54, 17 April 2010 (UTC)