DMCA Igor Stravinsky, New York City (1946)

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From: Copyright Compliance <Copyright.Compliance@gettyimages.com>
To: legal@wikimedia.org
Date: Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 3:35 PM PDT
Subject: DMCA - Attn: Lila Tretikov, Designated Agent [Arnold Newman]
Content: c:File:Igor Stravinsky, New York City (1946).png
An attachment to the below has been uploaded as 📎 Wikimedia DMCA letter (Portrait of Igor Stravinsky).pdf.

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