Thursday, December 1, 2016

Cabinet Card Photographers of the 19th Century - K -


Most often a found photograph is of unknown people by an unknown photographer. Occasionally the names of the people in a photograph are written on it later. But, very seldom do we ever learn the name of the photographer.

In the case of the Cabinet Card and the Carte de Viste (CDV) the photographer's name or studio name is often included as part of the mounting. It is sometimes at

the narrow end of the mounting board on the front and sometimes it is given in an elaborate fashion on the reverse of the card.

These pages of the LOST GALLERY will present all of the CABINET CARDS in the collection where the photographer is known.

The name of the photographer will be

repeated in the text so that it can be included in internet searches by Google and Bing and the rest.

As more information about the photographer emerges it will be added here.

This is a project in progress. If you don't find something here on a photographer you are researching, check back again.


Below are the links to the alphabetized pages in the LOST GALLERY cabinet card collection.

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F

G

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I

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There are MANY photographs on each page so they might load slowly. All corrections and suggestions are welcomed; just leave a note in the comments section.



Cabinet Card two men
Photographer:
N. Kanter
Edwardsville, Pa.

Neuman Kanter
(6 Apr 1873 - 22 Dec 1934)

His DOB and immigration dates vary from document to document. The dates used here are from his immigration petition.

Neuman Kanter was apparently a very enterprising person. In 1904 he was operating a wholesale liquor business, a grocery and meat market and a photograph studio. This was all at 504 E Main, Edwardsville, PA, which was also where he lived.

1873
Birth in Minsk, Russia
1889 Sep 11
(Naturalization Card) immigration to US, occupation as photographer
1894
marriage to Rose Wolpow

1895
Naturalization papers as photographer
1900
(US Census) Edwardsville as liquor dealer
1901
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) not listed anywhere
1902
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) Edwardsville as photographer, whlsle liquor, 504 Main
1903
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) not listed in directory
1904
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) Edwardsville as photographer, whlsle liquor, meat mkt, 504 Main
1905
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) not listed in directory

1910 - 1920
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) as liquor wholesaler
1921 - 1925
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) as men’s clothing with Wasserstrom
1933
(Wilkes-Barre city directory) as “Confectioner” but still in clothing business with Wasserstrom
1934
death in Wilkes-Barre, PA

The cabinet card at the left must have been done in 1902 or 1904.


You want me to WHAT?
Photographer: H. E. Kelley

The single reference to an H. E. Kelley, cabinet card era photographer, was found in an 1899 Oakland, CA, city directory. The listing shows the photographer in Irvington, apparently a small community (at that time) 27 miles southeast of Oakland.

No other information has been found.



Cabinet Card baby
Photographer: Kendall
Washington, Ind

Lykurgus C. Kendall
(9 Aug 1868 - 25 Mar 1951)

1868 Aug 09
born in Daviess Co. IN
1899
marriage to Aria Irene Nelson
1900
US census as photographer in Patoka Pike, IN
1910
US census as photographer in Jefferson Pike, IN
1918
Evansville, IN, city directory as reverend at 817 Cleveland av
1919
Evansville, IN, city directory as evangelist at 513 Ingle
1920
US census as evangelist with Christian church; at 513 Ingle
1922
Evansville, IN, city directory as reverend at 513 Ingle

1924
Evansville, IN, city directory as reverend at 501 ½ Main
1926
Evansville, IN, city directory as reverend at 616 ½ Oak; Irene living at 513 Ingle
1927
Evansville, IN, city directory as photographer at 717 Cherry
1928
Evansville, IN, city directory as photographer at 513 ½ Main
1930
US census, as photographer at 713 Main, Evansville, IN
1933
Evansville, IN, city directory as photographer at 713 Main
1934
Evansville, IN, city directory no occupation listed at 118 SE 6th
1936
Evansville, IN, city directory as photographer at 118 SE 6th

1938, 1942
US census and Evansville, IN, city directory as reverend or clergyman at 707½ Main
1943 through 1950
Evansville, IN, city directory as clergyman or reverend or no occupation at all at 519 Chestnut
1951 Mar 28
dies of coronary heart disease in Evansville, IN, as reverend at 519 Chestnut, note that the death certificate shows no “usual occupation”

From the documents, it appears that Lykirgus Kendal was a photographer between 1900 and 1910 and then again between 1927 and 1936 but he may well have done photo studio work as a sideline while he called himself a clergyman or evangelist in other records. Since Washington, IN, is just a short way from Patoka Pike, IN, it’s a good guess that this cabinet card was finished early on, around 1900.


Cabinet Card young man
Photographer:
A. J. Kenyon
Port Leden, N. Y.

A. J. Kenyon was found in three city directories that happened to include the small town of Port Leyden. They are 1868 (Booneville), 1871 and 1873 (Utica). After a page by page search of the 1870 US Census covering Port Leydon, NY, only one person with the name Kenyon was found; a Joseph Kenyon, with wife Julie. However, that Joseph Kenyon was a farmer, already 66 years old in 1870, probably too old to be a photographer in the cabinet card era.

It can only be documented so far, that A. J. Kenyon was an active photographer from 1868 to 1873.



Cabinet Card couple
Photographer:
Kesler
Newport, Arkansas

Although the connections are a bit sketchy, it appears that the photographer at Newport, AR, was Felix John Kesler (1842-1910). There are no documents showing he was ever in Newport, AR, but at the time, there were no other photographers named Kesler any closer. F. J. Kesler lived in St. Louis, MO, from 1900 to his death in 1910. Saint Louis is just about 200 miles from Newport.

Although it is fairly certain that he moved to Saint Louis, MO, in 1900, between then and 1910 his appearances in the Saint Louis city directories is spotty, as if he may have moved around a bit.

Timeline facts
1842 Sep 14
born in Montgomery, TX
1865 Nov 30
marries Henrietta Louisa Kuhl in Beardstown, IL
1900
US census as photographer at s 4th st

1901 - 1903
NOT in the Saint Louis, MO, city directory
1904
Saint Louis, MO, city directory lists John Kesler as Insurance agent at 2730 Lucas (This is probably not the photographer)
1905 - 1907
NOT in Saint Louis, MO, business section, res section not available
1908
Saint Louis, MO, city directory as photographer at 6130 Clayton
1909
NOT in the Saint Louis, MO, city directory
1910 Apr 27
US census as photographer at 6013 Besthold st, Saint Louis, MO
1910 Oct 15
dies in Saint Louis, MO, at age 68

If these documents are correct, the cabinet card here was probably finished after the move to Saint Louis in 1910.


Cabinet Card Portrait of a seated woman
Photographer
Kunkel & Kidder
permanent address
St. Joseph
MO

George Wesley Kunkel (1861 - 1919)
George Marshall Kiddoo (1856 - 1930)

1856 Feb 29
birth of George Marshall Kiddoo
1861 Apr 16
birth of George Wesley Kunkel
1870
US census Kiddoo living at home with parents, Monmouth, Warren, IL; no occupation
1879 Feb 07
Illinois county registry G M Kiddoo marriage to Elizabeth J Byarlay
1880 Jun 01
US census Kunkel working at “woolen factory”; living with parents
1889
St Joseph, MO, city directory, Kiddoo as “printer” for L A Byarlay photographers; res 715 Edmond
1889 Dec 25
St Joseph (MO) Herald obituary for Worth Kiddoo son of G M Kiddoo
1890
St Joseph, MO, city directory Kunkel as photographer with Webster & Kunkel; res 411 s 5th
1890
St Joseph, MO, city directory Kiddoo as photographer with Felix studio nw cor 8th; res 715 Edmond

1893
St Joseph, MO, city directory Kiddoo as photographer for L A Byarlay; res 2120 Faraon
1894
Oct 25 Darlington (MO) Record news item Kunkel and the St Joe Photo car
1894
St Joseph, MO, city directory Kiddoo as artist for L A Byarlay; res 2120 Faraon
1895
St Joseph, MO, city directory Kiddoo as photographer for L A Byarlay
1896
St Joseph, MO, city directory Kiddoo as photographer for L A Byarlay
1896 Oct 02
Holt County Sentinel (Oregon, MO) news item for Kunkel’s gallery
1897 Oct 01
King City (MO) Chronicle news item mentions photograph car in Whitesville
1897 Oct 27
King City (MO) Chronicle news item Kunkel & Kiddoo in King City, MO
1898 Apr 07
Darlington (MO) Record news item Kunkel & Kiddoo in Gentryville, MO
1898 Apr 28
Darlington (MO) Record news item Kunkel & Kiddoo in Darlingville, MO

1898 May 19 & 1898 May 26
Darlington (MO) Record news item Kunkel & Kiddoo in Darlingville, MO
1898 Jun 06
Darlington (MO) record news item K & K moving to Clyde, MO, on Jun 20
1898 Nov 23
Crawford, OH, county register Kunkel marries Anna Buehler
1889
St Joseph, MO, city directory neither Kiddoo nor Kunkel is listed
1900 Jun 01
US census Kunkel as photographer; res 1904 11th, St Joseph, MO; NOT listed in city directory
1900 Jun 07
US census Kiddoo as photographer; res 2409 Faraon, St Joseph, MO
1901 Feb 21
Adams County (IA) Free Press news item Kiddoo about to move to Corning, IA
1901
St Joseph, MO, city directory Kiddoo as photographer; res 2409 Faraon, St Joseph, MO
1901
St Joseph, MO, city directory George W Kunkel as steno, brother Charles W as photographer; res Barbara & Blake (probably a missprint)

Continued on next row ...

1902 - 1909
St Joseph, MO, city directory lists neither Kunkel nor Kiddoo
1902 - 1908
Kiddoo family lives in Corning, IA
1908 Dec 09
Adams County (IA) Free Press Kiddoo moves family from Corning, IA, to Osceola, IA
1909 Feb 26
King City (MO) Chronicle Kiddoo and Kunkel start partnership. To open new studio in Grant City, MO; Kiddoo to move from Cromwell, IA, to King City, MO
1909 Nov 03
Adams County (IA) Free Press Cromwell, IA, Kiddoo visits farm from Osceola, IA
1910 Feb 18
King City (MO) Chronicle news item G M Kiddoo and family moves to King City, MO
1910 Apr 07
Albany (MO) Capital news item J M Kiddoo buys out Kunkel’s photo business; J M Kiddoo is unknown
1910 Apr 23
US census Kunkel as photographer; res 4100 Wyoming st, Kansas City, MO
1910 Apr 26
US census Kiddoo as photographer;

1910 Oct 14
King City (MO) Chronicle news item G W Kunkel visits Kiddoo and friends; Mrs Kiddoo returns from a trip to Creston, IA, for eye treatment
1911 Jan 28
Elizabeth Kiddoo, wife of George W, dies in King City, MO
1911 Feb 03
King City, (MO) Chronicle & King City (MO) Times, obituary of Elizabeth Jane Byarlay, wife of G W Kiddoo dies of Bright’s Disease
1911 Nov 10
Holt County Sentinel, Oregon, MO, news item Kunkel and Kiddoo will be in Oregon, MO, Nov 10 and 11 at the Peacher Building
1912 May 08
Holt County Sentinel, Oregon, MO, news item Kunkel & Kiddoo will be in Oregon, MO, Friday and Saturday of each week
1913 Dec 12
Holt County Sentinel, Oregon, MO, announcement that photographer Weary has bought out Kunkel and Kiddoo

1919 May 14
George Wesley Kunkel dies of endocarditis and influenza, age 58; Death certificate says he was a “store clerk”
1920 Jan 08
US census Kiddoo as laborer; res 315 s 19th
1925 Jan 01
Iowa state census Kiddoo as no occupation shown; living with brother Mefford in Douglas IA
1930 Apr 21
US census Kiddoo as retired, living with daughter Ruth and family in Washington, MO
1930 Jul 08
King City, MO, FindAGrave website Kiddoo dies King City, MO, and is buried in Cromwell, IA

Kunkel and Kiddoo apparently worked Saint Joseph, MO, and many surrounding towns. Sometimes this was done from a “photo car” that they moved every month or so. There is some indication that the car was not a railroad car as one news item mentions they will remain in a town a little longer because of muddy roads. This partnership lasted only for a couple months, April and May of 1898. Ads after that show them going separate ways.

Kiddoo seems to leave the photography business altogether between 1902 and 1909. Kunkel leaves Saint Joseph, MO, and turns up again in King City, MO in April of 1907, opening a studio there.

It appears that a second partnership began in February of 1909 and ran to December of 1913 when the studio was sold to photographer Weary.

The cabinet card here was probably finished during the first partnership in 1898 as their “Permanent” address would have been St. Joseph, MO, at that time.


Kilborn and Gilbert
Cabinet Card portrait of a woman
photographer: Kilborn & Gilbert
Noble Studio, 1029 O st. Lincoln, Neb.
Listed also under Kilborn

(From the meager records found so far it is becoming clear that W. S. Gibson was in the photography business only briefly if at all, but W. D. Kilborn’s history will date this card.)

Walton David Kilborn
(1870 -)

1870
Walton David Kilborn born
1891, 1893
Lincoln, NE, city directory no Kilborn listed in residence or commercial section
1892
Nevada, IA, marriage to Lucy A Bradford; document includes father and mother name
1893
Lincoln, NE, city directory not available
1894
Lincoln, NE, city directory as photographer W. D. Kilborn at 1029 O st; res 905 G; and also mentions W. S. Gilbert as partner
1894 Dec 13
Lincoln (NE) Daily News as for studio at 1029 O, Kilborn only
1895 Mar 23
Lincoln (NE) Daily News item Walton David Kilborn quits photograph studio at 1029 O st to head for California

1895 Mar 27
Lincoln (NE) Daily News item W. D. Kilborn sued for debt of 720 dollars owed to J. L. McConnell (See news item)
1898 Jul 28
California Voter Registration in Sacramento, CA, 521 J st
1900
US census as photographer; res 521 J
1902
Sacramento, CA, city directory as photographer for A. K. Varney; res 810 8th
1903
Sacramento, CA, city directory as photographer with Philbrick and Kilborn and Co. and with A K Varney & Co; res 812 8th
1904
Sacramento, CA, city directory as photographer for A K Varney, 318 J
1905 - 1907
Sacramento, CA, city directory as photographer at 724 K
1908
Sacramento, CA, city directory as photographer with Strakosch and Kilborn; wife Lucy also listed as photographer

1909
Sacramento, CA, city directory lists D. Walter Kilborn; res 807 H; also lists David Kilborn, died Feb 7 1908 at age 81
1909
Stockton, CA, city directory as manager of Lyric Theater
1910
Stockton, CA, city directory as theater manager
1910 - 1912
Sacramento, CA, city directory no listing for Walton or wife Lucie
1912
Stockton, CA, city directory no listing for Walton or wife Lucie
1920
US census Sacramento, CA, lists wife Lucy Kilborn as divorced and living with Niece Jenet Henry

Research was very confusing for W. D. Kilborn. The records are not always accurate and were often misleading. However, the earliest record found that shows W. D. Kilborn as photographer is in 1894, partnered with W. S. Gilbert.


It appears that W. D. Kilborn’s photography career ended about 1909 when he turned to theater management in Stockton, CA.

This cabinet card was finished in that brief period when W. D. Kilborn was partnered with W. S. Gibson in Lincoln, NE, around 1894.

Lincoln, NE, city directory - 1894

Sacramento, CA city directory - 1908

Lincoln (NB) Daily News - 27 Mar 1895


Cabinet Card Woman
Photographer: Killion
343 Collinsville Ave.
East St. Louis Ills.

There were two photographers with the name George Killion. One worked in East Saint Louis, IL apparently all his life. The other was George Killion Jr. who worked in Lancaster, PA, and was apparently never in East Saint Louis.

The George Killion from East Saint Louis, IL, worked as photographer from about 1889 to 1920 always apparently at 343 Collinsville.


Three on a Cabinet Card
Photographer: William E. Kingsbury
Sturgeon MO

To date, very few people by the name of W E Kingsbury have been found: for example, a minister in Pennsylvania, a salesman in Wisconsin and a candy manufacturer in Texas.

There was however, a William E. Kingsbury was living in Sturgeon, Boone County, MO, between 1882 and 1891. There was no city directory in that town and no other documents identify him as photographer but logic dictates this must be the one.

The 1880 US census shows him still living with his parents Thomas and Elizabeth, in Sherman, DeKalb, MO.

The 1900 US census shows him as a farmer with wife Marilda, daughter Laura and son Walter in Bourbon, Boone County, MO.

So what places him in Sturgeon, MO?

Both daughter Laura and son Walter were born in Sturgeon, MO, in 1882 and 1891 respectively.

His father Thomas (1819-1900) and second daughter Eunice (1885-1889) are both buried in Sturgeon, MO.

Sherman, Bourbon and Sturgeon, are all within 100 miles of each other in eastern Missouri.

So although no records have surfaced to date, that identify William Kingsbury as a photographer, he was in Sturgeon, MO, between the years of 1882 and 1891. By June 2, 1900, the US census shows he was living in Bourbon, MO, as a farmer.



Cabinet Card man with bow tie enhanced
Photographer: Knight's Studio
Greenville, Tex.

There were many photographers named Knight in the cabinet card era, three of them in the right geographical area.
Edgar B. Knight
Little Rock, AR

William S. Knight
New Orleans, LA

Thomas B. Knight
New Orleans, LA

No evidence so far on which, if any, might be the photographer here.

Woman with puffed shoulders
Photographer: Kramer, (Extra finish)
607 Walnut St. Des Moines, Ia.

Isaac W. Kramer
(5 Mar 1869 - 1928)

Timeline:
1860
born in Russia
1883 or 1885
arrival in US
1888
as retoucher in Des Moines, IA
1889 - 1904
as photographer at 607 Walnut
1905
as photographer at 235 Utica
1906 - 1913
as photographer at 411 Walnut
1914 - 1927
as real estate agent (Except 1924, listed at photographer)
1928
death in Des Moines, IA

The cabinet card at the left would have been done between 1889 and 1894


John Wesley Kratzer - Charles E Kratzer - Lemuel E Kratzer
cabinet card trio
photographer: Kratzer
East Main St.
Hillsboro, O.

John Wesley Kratzer (1841 - 1897)
Lemuel Ellsworth Kratzer (1863 - 1937)
Charles E. Kratzer (1865 - 1828)

Lemuel Kratzer and his brother Charles E. were responsible for most of the cabinet cards imprinted “Kratzer” and done in small towns around Cincinnati, OH, between 1890 and 1928.

Their father John Wesley Kratzer, age 40, only in the 1880 census is listed as a Photo Artist. In all other documents found, he was a farmer or a truck driver.

The brothers appear to have worked other small towns in the area including, Hillsboro, Oxford, Blanchester, New Vienna, Mount Orab, and Upper Sandusky. Deciding which went where is a little speculative, but Lemuel appears to have stayed closer to Lebanon, OH, while Charles went to Upper Sandusky and New Vienna.

Another family tree on Ancestry promotes a James William Kratzer as photographer in Mount Orab, Brown County, OH, but no documents have been found to support this.

Here is a combined timeline assembling all the documents found for all three men. Personal information such as marriages and births, is included to help place establish locations of these photographers.

1841 Jun 18
John Wesley Kratzer was born in Mount Orab, Brown County, OH
1860 Jun 27
US census John Wesley Kratzer, age 19, as domestic in Green, Brown County, OH
1861 Apr 07
John Wesley Kratzer marries Lavinia Day in Brown County, OH
1861 Jul 01
John Kratzer civil war registration in Clay, OH, as farmer
1863 Nov 24
Lemuel Ellsworth Kratzer was born in Mount Orab, Brown County, OH
1865 Feb 27
Charles E. Kratzer was born in Brown County, OH
1870 Aug 30
US census John Kratzer as teamster in Green, Brown County, OH
1880 Jun 01
US census John Kratzer as photo artist in Green, Brown County, OH

1889 Feb
Lemuel Kratzer’s daughter Eva is born in OH
1890 Jan 16
News Herald Hillsboro, OH, news ad for Kratzer Gallery east Main st, over Detwiler’s book store in Hillsboro, OH, J. W. Kratzer
1891
News Herald, Hillsboro, OH, news item (1891 Jan 26) J W and C E Kratzer buy out J Z Foulk studio
1891 Feb 12
News Herald, Hillsboro, OH, news item for Charles Kratzer visits New Vienna, OH
1891 Sep 17
News Herald, Hillsboro, OH, news ads two identical ads one for J. W. Kratzer at East Main St and the other for Charles E. Kratzer, at North High Street
1893 Jan 26
News Herald, Hillsboro, OH, J W and C E Kratzer bring suit against J Z Foulk for engaging in photo business at the Bell building with C B Detmar of Cincinnati, OH; “When the plaintiffs bought out Mr Foulk’s business two years prior, a contract was entered into by which the latter was not to enter the business here again.”

Continued in next row ...

1893 Feb 23
News Herald, Hillsboro, OH, news ad for photographic Studio for Foulk and Dettmar in the Bell Building, w Main st
1893 Dec 28
New Vienna (OH) Reporter, news item marriage announcement for Charles E Kratzer and Jessie M Gordon (news item appearing in the News Herald Hillsboro, OH) Item mentions that Charles Kratzer was formerly a photographer in New Vienna, OH.
1893
(above news item) John Wesley Kratzer is living in Winchester, OH
1893
(above news item) Lemuel E Kratzer is living in Lebanon, OH
1893 Dec 19
Ohio County Register Charles Kratzer marries Jessie M Gordon in Union, Highland, OH,
1894 May 03
News Herald, Hillsboro, OH, Charles Kratzer leaves for Upper Sandusky, OH, where he has purchased a gallery
1894 Sep 27
Lemuel Kratzer’s wife Clara Kratzer dies in Lebanon, Warren, OH
1895
Lemuel Kratzer marries Martha Maria Robinson in Warren County, OH

1897 Mar 16
John Wesley Kratzer is buried in Leesburg, Highland County, OH.
1898 Aug
Lemuel Kratzer’s son Robert Walker Kratzer is born in Lebanon, OH
1900 Jun 01
US census Charles Kratzer as photographer in Union, Highland, OH, living with in-laws
1900 Jun 11
US census L E Kratzer as photographer in Turtle Creek, OH;
1903 Mar 11
Lima (OH) News obituary for son Lawrence shows L E Kratzer living in Lima, OH
1910 Apr 18
US census Charles Kratzer as farmer in Union, Highland, OH
1910 May 03
US census Lemuel Kratzer as photographer in Turtle Creek, Warren, OH
1920 Jan 05
US census Charles Kratzer as photographer on Highland st in Green, Clinton, OH;
1920 Jan 07
US census Lemuel Kratzer as no occupation in Turtle Creek, Warren, OH

1928 Mar 01
Charles E. Kratzer dies of “Acute Indigestion”, age 63, in New Vienna, Clinton County, OH; death certificate shows him as photographer
1937 Mar 10
Lemuel Ellsworth Kratzer dies at age 73 in Turtle Creek, Warren County, OH

The cabinet card here was likely finished between 1891 and 1894 when the father John Wesley and the two sons Charles and Lemuel were living and working mainly in Hillsboro, OH.

Hillsboro News Herald - Jan 16 1890

Hillsboro News Herald - 12 Feb 1891

Hillsboro News Herald - 17 Sep 1891

Hillsboro News Herald - 26 Jan 1893


Cabinet Card Portrait of a seated woman
Photographer
Kunkel & Kidder
permanent address
St. Joseph
MO

See Kidder earlier on this page



A few additional ways to date cabinet cards

Card stock
1866–1880: square, lightweight mount
1880–1890: square, heavy weight card stock
1890s: scalloped edges

Card colors
1866–1880:
thin, light weight card stock in white, off white or light cream; white and light colours were used in later years, but generally on heavier card stock

1880–1890:
different colors for face and back of mounts

1882–1888:
matte-finish front, with a creamy-yellow, glossy back

(From WIki)

Borders
1866–1880: red or gold rules, single and double lines
1884–1885: wide gold borders
1885–1892: gold beveled edges
1889–1896: rounded corner rule of single line
1890s on: Embossed borders and/or lettering

(From Wiki)



For more information on dating Cabinet Cards see PHOTOTREE

Lettering
1866–1879 Photographer name and address often printed small and neatly just below the image, and/or studio name printed small on back.

1880s on: Large, ornate text for photographer name and address, especially in cursive style. Studio name often takes up the entire back of the card.

Late 1880s–90s Gold text on black card stock

1890s on: embossed studio name or other embossed designs

(From Wiki)


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