Rimmer



William, 1816–79, U.S. sculptor and painter, born in England.
Historical Examples

Fire Island G. Manville Fenn
Fire Island G. Manville Fenn
Fire Island G. Manville Fenn
Fire Island G. Manville Fenn
The Argosy Various
Fire Island G. Manville Fenn
Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
Fire Island G. Manville Fenn
Fire Island G. Manville Fenn
Fire Island G. Manville Fenn

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