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The easiest way is to use the old "Folder.jpg" trick. Copy a .jpg pic to the folder, rename it to "Folder.jpg" (it keeps it at the forefront) and you have the folder pic:
I don't know for sure if this is what the OP is seeking to do but I just thought I'd toss it out, in case.
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