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({{Info |Description-fr = Georges Goyau (1869-1939), historien et essayiste français, en 1922. Négatif sur verre, épreuve retouchée et recadrée. |Description = Georges Goyau (1869-1939), French historian and essyist. Picture taken in 1922. Glass ne...)
 
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English : Georges Goyau (1869-1939), French historian and essyist. Picture taken in 1922. Glass negative, restored and cropped print.
Français : Georges Goyau (1869-1939), historien et essayiste français, en 1922. Négatif sur verre, épreuve retouchée et recadrée.

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wikicommons Bibliothèque nationale de France https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Georges_Goyau_b_Meurisse_1922.jpg

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Agence Meurisse


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