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    † ♥ ✞ ♥ † Robert E. Lee, around age 38, and his son William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, around age 8, c.1845 † ♥ ✞ ♥ †

    Robert E. Lee and William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, circa 1845

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