[A reproduction of a photograph of a street scene in India, featuring five people: a buyer, a seller, a newspaper man, a beggar woman, and a squatter]

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[A reproduction of a photograph of a street scene in India, featuring five people: a buyer, a seller, a newspaper man, a beggar woman, and a squatter]
Date
[19]45 September 10
Notes
[Russell G. Schlagal] AL to Marge[ry Schlagal], September 10, [19]45. s.l., page 5. From a collection of letters that Lieutenant Russell G. Schlagal wrote to his wife Margery while serving in the United States Army during World War II. Schlagal discussed his experiences in India and on the island of Tinian, and he often illustrated his letters with ink sketches and watercolor paintings.
Collection Title
Russell G. Schlagal letters
Collection Creator
Schlagal, Margery, 1912-1974.
ID
4870
Repository
William L. Clements Library
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2018-04-10 15:28:14

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