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Photograph of Two of the Best Abused Phantoms In England. Stat magni nomins umbra ['he stands, the shadow of a great name' (Lucan's Pharsalia 1. 135); woman with peacock feather and man with lilies in button hole, both full length, on balcony: parodying aesthetes or perhaps an allusion to Percy Bysshe and Mary Shelley] [John Johnson 733] [by (?) John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols of Balliol College]; Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ., [c.1881]

G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 741

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G.A. Oxon. 4o 415, fol. 741

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