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|DescriptionCambridge University, Trinity College, Dining Hall.jpg||
English: Dining Hall, Trinity College, Cambridge University, as seen from Nevile's Court, circa 1870. Image taken from original albumen print from a bound album of 58 Cambridge University photographs. Original 19th century album in the possession of Kimberly Blaker, New Boston Fine and Rare Books
|Date||c.1870; uploaded 2012-02-05|
|Author||Photos taken for William Winfield; uploaded by Kimberlyblaker|
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