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Lady Alan Johnstone, Amos Pinchot

Lady Alan Johnstone, Amos Pinchot

Photo shows Lady Alan Johnstone (Antoinette Pinchot) with her brother, politician Amos Pinchot (1872-1944). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)

Lady Alan Johnstone, Amos Pinchot

Lady Alan Johnstone, Amos Pinchot

Photo shows Lady Alan Johnstone (Antoinette Pinchot) with her brother, politician Amos Pinchot (1872-1944). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2009)

[Grange & Zeller tackle] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Alan Fisher.

[Grange & Zeller tackle] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Alan Fisher.

Photograph shows Chicago Bears teammates practicing as Joe Zeller tries to tackle Red Grange.

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