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01:00, 25 January 2006 en:User: (changing obsolete tag for out of copyright image (guessing the copyright expired))
03:21, 20 August 2005 en:User:Primalchaos (Little Red Riding Hood, by Gustave Dore (d. 1883) {{PD}})

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  • (del) (cur) 03:21, 20 August 2005 . . en:User:Primalchaos Primalchaos ( en:User_talk:Primalchaos Talk) . . 288x374 (21074 bytes) (Little Red Riding Hood, by en:Gustave_Dore Gustave Dore (d. 1883) { { PD } })
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