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    Image of a newspaper clipping titled "The Late Judge Valentine Hummel" dated 27 June 1938 from a column series entitled "From Family Albums of Harrisburg" published in the Harrisburg Evening News. The image may be taken from the newspaper, or from a book compilation of that column of the same title. The image was posted on Ancestry by 'ebwalkenbak'.
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