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February 08, 2009

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For interested audiences, its worth linking back to your earlier coverage/commentary on the Berkeley Historical Society case:

http://blog.librarylaw.com/librarylaw/2007/04/minow_the_centr_1.html

http://blog.librarylaw.com/librarylaw/2005/08/can_a_library_m.html

Regarding the Darwin photo: there are two originals (this according to the Huntington), and it looks like the NYT blog version is based on the other one. There are also copies published as postcards and cartes de visite in the early 20th century (like the one you include here).

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