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W.P. Halliday and J.P. Morgan
I was just reviewing the historical build of the W.P. Halliday page, and was wondering why the photo of J.P. Morgan was removed from the Halliday page in reference to him being a fellow Board of Director member of the Cairo & Vincennes Railway? It is well documented in Illinois historical archives and in text writings that both served together on this board,and conducted many business endeavors together. I was wondering what the logic is for the removal of the photograph?
The image was removed because the article itself was way overcluttered with images, and I just removed many of them.
The reason I removed the image of JP Morgan specifically is because he's only mentioned once in the article, and Halliday is not mentioned in J. P. Morgan's article. (That article may also be an example of how images are supposed to be used) I am not disputing if JP Morgan was involved in Halliday's business or not. The image of Samuel P. Wheeler is still there, if you think Morgan is more relevant than Wheeler to Halliday's life then you could replace the image. Elassint Hi 02:52, 12 May 2015 (UTC)
AfD: Pantacles of Athens has closed
The Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Pantacles of Athens discussion has closed as a consensus "merge." The closing admin, SamWalton, identified four of the 40 articles for further talk page discussion whether they should be merged to the list or maintained as stand-alone articles: Talk:Dandes of Argos, Talk:Philinus of Cos (athlete), Talk:Oebotas of Dyme and Talk:Eurybus of Athens. Your input is requested on those article talk pages. Dirtlawyer1 (talk) 20:08, 27 May 2015 (UTC)
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