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World War II through the eyes of the Cape fear: Art -- MacMillan's Germany
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Object ID CF1973.006.0048
Description Painting, Watercolor; on paper; battalion headquarters, man standing in doorway of house has been damaged; directional signs posted in street in front of house; utility wires hanging; 2 other houses in background; signed in bottom left corner "Henry Jay MacMillan/Merstein Germany/ Nov. 18, 1944"; w/ white ,at & silver frame.
Dimensions H-50 W-41 D-2 cm
Made MacMillan, Henry Jay
Notes 973.6.48 42. Untitlted Merkstein, Germany, November 18, 1944 Watercolor on paper Typical of the small towns just behind the front is this street with its many lines of wire and the guard in the entrance of the Artillery C.P.

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