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** FILE ** In this Aug. 11, 2005, photo, Edith Shain, who claims to be the nurse in the photograph being kissed by a sailor in during the celebration of the Allied victory ending World War II, poses by a sculpture of the event by Seward Johnson in New York's Times Square. Her son, Robert, says Shain was 91 when she died Sunday, June 20, 2010 at her Los Angeles home. (AP Photo/Richard Drew))
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** FILE ** In this Aug. 11, 2005, photo, Edith Shain, who claims to be the nurse in the photograph being kissed by a sailor in during the celebration of the Allied victory ending World War II, poses by a sculpture of the event by Seward Johnson in New York's Times Square. Her son, Robert, says Shain was 91 when she died Sunday, June 20, 2010 at her Los Angeles home. (AP Photo/Richard Drew))

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