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Image: Giuseppe Ninci. Italian, 1823–1890. Arco di Settimio Severo (Arch of Septimus Severus), 1876 or before. Albumen print. Smith College Museum of Art. Purchased with the Hillyer–Tryon–Mather Fund, with funds given in memory of Nancy Newhall (Nancy Parker, class of 1930) and in honor of Beaumont Newhall, and with funds given in honor of Ruth Wedgewood Kennedy. SC 1982:38 1143