File:Harvard Theatre Collection - Edwin Booth TCS 1.2806.jpg

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English: Cabinet card image of American actor Edwin Booth (1833-1893). TCS 1.2806, Harvard Theatre Collection, Harvard University
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institution QS:P195,Q3719374
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Source TCS 1.2806, Harvard Theatre Collection, Harvard University
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