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"List of artists": p. xl, xlii, xliv, and xlvi.
In this episode, we look at artists whose work has helped reveal the human side of war. You’ll hear about a famous artist who got his start sketching Civil War soldiers and landscapes, and how he was never the same again. Also featured are two contemporary artists: a painter whose work depicts war's psychological impact on his best friend, and a female combat photographer who repeatedly risked her own life to document her fellow soldiers’ experiences on the battlefield.
Identification on verso (handwritten): packing pictures at the Central Collecting Point, Munich, in preparation for return to the owner nation.
Rorimer describes his time serving with the Monuments Men in Europe during and after World War II.
Manuscript contains a mixture of handwritten and typed pages along with documents used for reference, and is approximately 500 pages. Due to the length and the fragility of the original documents, only selected portions have been scanned.
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Central photograph shows him wearing a reconstructive mask designed by Anna Coleman Ladd, and the flanking photographs show him without the mask.