Secrets of the camouflage artists / by Helen Johns Kirtland, Leslie's staff correspondent.
Seven images taken on November 12, 1918 at the American camouflage factory at Dijon, France. Images show Col. Brenner, the commander of camouflage work in the American Army, with a "dummy" soldier; stone and grass costumes for snipers, paper mache soldiers, a soldier holding a picture of a soldier's face on a stick, Col. Brenner and officers, and a hangar for large sheets used to cover airdromes.
Photomechanical reproductions of photographs.
Illus. in: Leslie's photographic review of the great war. New York City : Leslie-Judge Company, c1919, p. .
Title from item.
Another copy filed under: D527.F65 1920.
Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 1981:339, container 14.