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[Alexander Graham Bell, his wife and daughters, with Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Melville Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard on porch at Manchester-by-the-Sea]

[Alexander Graham Bell, his wife and daughters, with Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Melville Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Greene Hubbard on porch at Manchester-by-the-Sea]

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Another copy filed in LOT 11533-5-28 (left image).
Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress).
Published in: A Century of photographs, 1846-1946: selected from the collections of the Library of Congress / compiled by Renata V. Shaw. Washington : The Library : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1980, p. 169.

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