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It looks like there may be a squirrel in the crook of the first branch at the end of Bob's nose but it's hard to be sure. All I know about this is that "Bob" was written on the original sleeve and that it came from an antique dealer in Minnesota. Scanned from the original 5x4 inch glass negative. View full size.