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Secrets of the camouflage artists / by Helen Johns Kirtland, Leslie's staff correspondent.

Secrets of the camouflage artists / by Helen Johns Kirtland, Leslie's staff correspondent.

 
 
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Summary

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. [197].
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Another copy filed under: D527.F65 1920.
Unprocessed in PR 13 CN 1981:339, container 14.

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Date

01/01/1919
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Contributors

Kirtland, Helen Johns, photographer
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Location

Sennecey-lès-Dijon47.28984, 5.10485
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Source

Library of Congress
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