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    <mods:title>Full-length portrait of William Sumner Appleton, standing, facing front, holding a cane, location unknown, undated</mods:title>
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  <mods:abstract>William Sumner Appleton is shown when he was about 18 years old in this image. He stands in front of a house with a large covered porch.</mods:abstract>
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