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Warren Sonnemann - 1923

Updated Feb 11, 2024
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Warren Sonnemann - 1923
A lucky and young Warren Sonnemann holds the prize basket during the 1923 White House Easter Egg Roll event.
People in photo include: Warren Sonnemann
Date & Place: at The White House in Washington, District Of Columbia USA
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