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A place for folk who have no desire to create and manage their own space page to house images they don't wish to leave on the sidebar of person profiles (causing "doubled-vision") — such as images used in the biography section, or background images specific to a profile, or a person.

PLEASE NOTE : there is no need to add images in this text area. Just add the space page ( Space:NoDoubleVision ) to the image and it will be on THIS sidebar, then the person profile can be removed from the image. Just be very sure the image is listed on this page before removing the person profile from it.

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Image Examples

A female mouse in a blue polka-dotted dress, a pink polka-dotted head bow and pink shoes, is seated on a bench beside a male mouse in red pants, and yellow shoes. The male has his arm around the female's waist, and the couple is highlighted with a pink heart.  Each mouse's tail curls up making one-half of a heart. The image is surrounded by a layered brown frame.
Heart-shaped Mouse Tails.
The child Grace Ethel Thomson, aged between 4 and 6 years, is posed in a seated position.  She is wearing what appears to be a checked pattern (possibly gingham) dress with short sleeves, and ankle boots.  The original photograph stated "Grace Ethel Thomson, Fanny Fern's Granddaughter"; with the date too blurred to read.
Grace Ethel
(aged between 4-6 years)
A portrait of James Parton by Oliver Ingraham Lay (1868), depicts him seated in an armless, tapestry-covered chair, reading a  book.  James is wearing a dark jacket (perhaps the kind referred to as a "smoker's jacket"), a white shirt, and a dark neck tie that appears to be tied in a bow.  (It is a  little difficult to tell beneath his neatly trimmed beard.)
James Parton
by Oliver Ingraham Lay
Clarence Williams III and his wife, Gloria Foster, in a scene from the "Mod Squad" television show's episode "A Hint of Darkness, a Hint of Light" (1970), where Gloria plays blind woman, Janny Wills.
Clarence Williams III and Gloria Foster
(Mod Squad; 1970)

A seated Arthur "Harpo" Marx is playing one of his harps.  Family sources say that his two Lyon & Healy Gold-Gilt Concert Grand, model #24 harps were donated to Israeli orchestras after his death.
Arthur "Harpo" Marx
playing the harp (circa 1926).
The five Marx brothers, just prior to their only television appearance together, on the Tonight! America After Dark, hosted by Jack Lescoulie, February 18, 1957; from left: Arthur aka Harpo, Herbert Manfred aka Zeppo, Leonard Joseph aka Chico, Julius Henry aka Groucho and Milton aka Gummo.
All five Marx brothers just before the Tonight!
show (1957), their only television
appearance together.

Harpo Marx and three of his children joking around wearing Harpo wigs, all with the classic Harpo open-mouthed laugh, and all with one arm pointing forward.  A harp is just visible behind the two boys on the left. Published caption: IS EVERYBODY HARPO?-- Children of Harpo, the silent Marx brother, don wigs and demonstrate that they, too, have happy gift of pantomime. From laugh to riot, we see Alec, Jimmy (who couldn't help peeking), Minnie and Father Harpo himself.
Harpo Marx and children.
Harpo Marx on the set of the movie "Duck Soup", with a very young, not yet the star she would become, Shirley Temple.  Harpo was so enamoured with Shirley, he wished to adopt her – even offering her parents money if they would concede.  (They didn't.)
Harpo Marx and Shirley Temple
on the set of "Duck Soup"
(circa 1933)

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