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Obituary portrait of Charles Babbage (1791-1871) published in The Illustrated London News on 4 November 1871. The caption is "The late Mr. Babbage." This portrait was derived from a photograph of Babbage taken at the Fourth International Statistical Congress which took place in London in July 1860.

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Date Originally published 4 November 1871
Source A scan or photograph of a page from The Illustrated London News newspaper. The news print from the reverse side can be seen in the background. Life magazine images hosted by Google.
Author Unknown staff artist for The Illustrated London News
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First published in 1871, copyright expired 70 years after publication, 1941.


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