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English: Wundt research group, ca. 1880. Author unknown. Source: This image is in the public domain. Neither the author of the photograph nor the author's agents or heirs have, to the best of my knowledge, ever claimed authorship or copyright.
Date 5 August 2007 (original upload date)
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