Gdansk, Poland, 1949

safety negative

PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES
Mitchell, Carleton
POLAND: Gdansk
1949
2.25 x 2.25 x 0

Safety negative by Carleton Mitchell; view of a completely destroyed building and rubble, with only the front archs left standing, destroyed in World War II, in (possibly) Gdynia, Poland; included with views of a cruise to the Baltic, with Carleton Mitchell aboard yawl yacht CARIBBEE and William T. Moore aboard yawl yacht ARGYLL, July - September 1949; for views of this cruise see 1996.31.3353-4004; handwritten on original envelope neg.no. '4087', corresponds to original Mitchell contact; REF: 'Baltic Cruise of the CARIBBEE' "National Geographic Magazine" (98: 605-646, November 1950). Also see color slide 1996.31.5702 and silver print 1996.31.6712.


1996.31.3951

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