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"Black Morgan": The Rev. Henry Arthur Morgan (Men of the Day, no. 417) -- Vanity Fair, Jan. 26, 1889

"Black Morgan": The Rev. Henry Arthur Morgan (Men of the Day, no. 417) -- Vanity Fair, Jan. 26, 1889

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"Black Morgan": The Rev. Henry Arthur Morgan (Men of the Day, no. 417) -- Vanity Fair, Jan. 26, 1889

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London: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith, 1889. Near Fine -. 1 chromolithographed print 37 x 25 cm. by the unidentified artist who signed: Hay. Without the biographical text. The Rev. Henry Arthur Morgan (1830-1912) was a Master of Jesus College, Cambridge University, from 1885 to his death in 1912. In Near Fine- Condition: minor chipping at lower edge; clean and bright.

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"Black Morgan": The Rev. Henry Arthur Morgan (Men of the Day, no. 417) -- Vanity Fair, Jan. 26, 1889
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Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1889
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Chipping
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