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Children's drawing on legal size off-white paper. The top right-hand corner of the page contains the following inscription: "Estudio sociales tema Dibujs. ¿como era La viba en Elsalvador. ¿ eno es La vida Los campamentos". A building drawn in pencil has been included to the right of this inscription. A green helicopter has been drawn below this inscription. Below the helicopter are the words "El salbador" and an undulating horizontal band that likely represents a river. There is a body floating in the water, and two figures that have been coloured blue can be seen approaching the river on a narrow path to the right. The word "Honduras" has been written in pencil below the river, and there is also a drawing of a man in blue with a large hat holding a dark blue object. A small blue helicopter has been drawn to the right of the figure with the large hat. At the bottom of the composition, the word "Victrino" has been written in blue ink.

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