Curators seek personal family pictures of war

When Michelle Delaney started to research World War II photography two years ago, she discovered a hole in the National Museum of American History's archives. There were hundreds of pictures by well-known photojournalists such as Life's Margaret Bourke-White and Robert Capa and thousands from official military cameramen, but fewer than 50 photographs taken by soldiers and their families.

Source: Salt Lake Tribune


Posted: Sat - September 17, 2005 at 10:42 AM