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English: Theologian Bernhard Pauss (1839–1907) and family (wife Henriette Pauss, sons (from left to right) engineer and industrial leader Augustin Paus, surgeon and President of the Norwegian Red Cross Nikolai Nissen Paus, lawyer and director at the Norwegian Employers' Confederation George Wegner Paus, daughters (from left to right) Henriette Wegner Paus, Karoline Louise Paus)
Date circa 1900
date QS:P,+1900-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
(certainly before 1907, death of Bernhard Pauss)
Source Norsk Folkemuseum: image no. NFB.18645, via
creator QS:P170,Q11599158


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