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  5. Hello. I am a writer in New York and unable to find out the whereabouts of the portrait of Emily Bronte by her brother. Is it extant? If not, what is the source of reproductions of it? I am writing about a woman who had a copy of the portrait on her wall in Paris in 1930. I do not know if it was mass-produced or in the holdings of a museum somewhere that reproduced it for sale. If you would be so kind as to let me know whatever you know, I would be very grateful. Thank you, Jean Nathan
    P.S. Also, does anyone know the source of a line from an Emily Bronte poem or letter: “Lord, let my memory never fade?” I am also unable to find that.

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