File:Symonds, John Addington.jpg

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John Addington Symonds, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right. Autographed to Walt Whitman.

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Author from the Feinberg-Whitman Collection 1848-1969
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current23:56, 2 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 23:56, 2 November 2005398 × 500 (31 KB)G.dallortoJohn Addington Symonds nel 1889, in una foto con dedica autografa al poeta Walt Whitman.

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