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Albums: Photographic Tour of 19th Century Cambridge University
Location: Cambridge, England, UK
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This image comes from an original bound album of 58 albumen prints of Cambridge University that were taken for William Winfield, c. 1870. Visit our website for a photographic slideshow tour of the complete collection.
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