A request

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Does any reader have a scan of this picture of William Butler Yeats? I've seen it on some versions of the complete works of Yeats, but the only version I can find online via GIS is 404ing and is small (~300x300). Also, does anyone know the providence of the photo? Email me at john dot lynch at gmail dot com if you have any leads. Thanks.

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That was quick!

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

By John Lynch (not verified) on 29 Sep 2006 #permalink

Hi John,

The word you're looking for is "provenance", not "providence".

Regards,
Agent K
Internet Diction Police