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Swedish Academy's meeting in the Exchange Hall. Harry Martinson speaks

Swedish Academy's meeting in the Exchange Hall. Harry Martinson speaks
Swedish Academy's meeting in the Exchange Hall. Harry Martinson speaks
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Swedish Academy's meeting in the Exchange Hall. Harry Martinson speaks
Swedish Academy's meeting in the Exchange Hall. Harry Martinson speaks
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  • SKU: SCAN-TT-01296186

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Crown Prince, Crown Princess, Prince Bertil, The Swedish Academy is a royal academy founded in 1786 by Gustav III with the aim of "working on the purity, strength and highness of the Swedish Language." [2] The Academy annually designates recipients of several awards and scholarships, including the Nobel Prize in Literature. The number of members of the Academy is eighteen, except when a member has passed away or granted leave and no successor has yet been selected. The academy is also called De Aderton. Its language is "taste and taste"
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Date December 20,1949
Photographer Bo Dahlin
SizeText 4.9" x 7.1"
Year 1949
Month December

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