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- Please notify User talk:Dodo; he added an auto-deletion template (no license) to your images. This may be removed by himself now. (if the author is really ...) Thank you. --RE RILLKE Questions? 18:22, 14 March 2011 (UTC)
File tagging File:Maurice_002.jpg
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(talk, So what exactly do you need? I'm getting a copy of the release from the creator as we speak.
Additional information needed
Steps to take?
No source is probably better, the verification is going to be almost impossible. All I know is they were created by an Ad Agency that no longer exists in the 20's but weren't published till the 40's. Everyone and their mother has the ability to use these, and does.
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