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A close-up picture of Mary Dunn sitting on top of a desk with her knees pulled towards her chest and her head resting on her knees. Beside her is a canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front.

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Mary Dunn sitting on top of a desk with her knees pulled towards her chest and her head resting on her knees. Beside her is a canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front.

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Mary Dunn sitting sideways in a chair behind a desk looking off to the side smiling. A small clipboard sits near her hand that lays on the desk. A canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front can be seen sitting on a table beside her.

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Mary Dunn sitting sideways in a chair behind a desk looking off to the side smiling. A small clipboard sits near her hand that lays on the desk. A canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front can be seen sitting on a table beside her.

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Mary Dunn sitting sideways in a chair behind a desk looking off to the side smiling. She has her hand on a telephone that sits on the desk in front of her. A canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front can be seen sitting on a tableā€¦

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Mary Dunn sitting sideways in a chair behind a desk looking at the camera and smiling. A canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front can be seen sitting on a table beside her.

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Mary Dunn sitting turned slightly towards the left on top of a desk while holding a canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front.

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Mary Dunn sitting turned slightly towards the left on top of a desk while holding a canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front.

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Mary Dunn sitting on a desk while holding a canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front.

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Mary Dunn sitting sideways on a desk while holding a canister that has "The Ash Can" written across the front.