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Who is this a portrait of?

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Topic: Who is this a portrait of?
Posted By: jmoss422
Subject: Who is this a portrait of?
Date Posted: 03-Jan-2016 at 19:53
Hello world!
I need some help identifying the individual in this portrait photo. All I know is that it is from somewhere in Boston, but don't know if the individual is actually from Boston.
Can anyone help me please!?!
Image located here:

Posted By: red clay
Date Posted: 04-Jan-2016 at 09:21
Some where, probably on the back, is the Photographers name. You might have to remove a "backing".   

"Arguing with someone who hates you or your ideas, is like playing chess with a pigeon. No matter what move you make, your opponent will walk all over the board and scramble the pieces".

Posted By: medenaywe
Date Posted: 09-Sep-2016 at 05:10
Blank post?!If you do not put picture and text inside i will delete it!SmileHave a nice time here and give us "substance" without blank posts!

Posted By: Fred de Gothia
Date Posted: 09-Sep-2016 at 05:20
Thats all right . I am desperately trying to upload a picture of a portrait but the forces are at the moment against me. I will return.
Thank you.

Posted By: medenaywe
Date Posted: 09-Sep-2016 at 05:22
Try first to reduce resolution of picture!You have option in windows!Check on net!Smile

Posted By: Fred de Gothia
Date Posted: 09-Sep-2016 at 05:23
I will try. Thank you so much!

Posted By: medenaywe
Date Posted: 09-Sep-2016 at 05:24
Other possibility is :You have not enough posts,more than 10!Try to post in different topics your answer till this number!

Posted By: Centrix Vigilis
Date Posted: 09-Sep-2016 at 15:33

Use the contact link. Post the pic link and seek help from the experts at the museum. as well.

"Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence"

S. T. Friedman

Pilger's law: 'If it's been officially denied, then it's probably true'

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