Archivist Update: Glass Negatives

A vivid window display in Prague, Czechoslovakia on Sept. 9, 1938, shows an enemy bomber dropping its aerial torpedoes. While the diplomatic guest for a peaceful solution of the Czech Sudeten-German tangle continues, the ordinary man and woman in the street in Czechoslovakia is uneasy. Gas masks are being bought in big numbers; air raidContinue reading “Archivist Update: Glass Negatives”

A vivid window display in Prague, Czechoslovakia on Sept. 9, 1938, shows an enemy bomber dropping its aerial torpedoes. While the diplomatic guest for a peaceful solution of the Czech Sudeten-German tangle continues, the ordinary man and woman in the street in Czechoslovakia is uneasy. Gas masks are being bought in big numbers; air raid precautionary propaganda is finding eager ears. (AP Photo)

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