Talk:Charles Eliot Norton

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Moved here from article space, where it was placed by anon:

Image accompanying this article does NOT show Norton, and his sole brother died in infancy. (Turner 1999). The men pictured are actually Samuel Gridley Howe, Charles Sumner and unknown. Shouldn't this image be removed from this page?

Anybody know anything about this image? It should be easy to find another of Charles Eliot Norton. --Anthon.Eff 01:11, 22 October 2007 (UTC)

Norton a co-founder of the Nation magazine[edit]

Norton apparently co-founded the Nation Magazine and also established the American Academy at Rome. Rather important!Mballen (talk) 02:25, 4 November 2010 (UTC)