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Children are photographed with their faces appearing through the large holes torn in open sheets of The Examiner newspaper on November 22, 1890. The children are: (top) Viola Rodgers, Fannie Zlilm, (middle) Grace Spurgeon; (bottom) Ella Sherman, Ella Lance, Lizzie Bernhard