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"Aerial of 17th Recon Sqdn Campsite" Map on glassine envelope indicating location of Photo Lab and Communications, as well as the Mess Hall.

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"Infra Red - 'Arty' Limbs by the beach. Speed graphic original"

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"Infra Red - 'Arty' Limbs by the beach. Speed graphic original"

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"Infra Red - 'Artsy' study"

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"Infra Red - 'Arty' Kunai Grass heads" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Infrared Experiment. Throughout his two years in the Pacific Theater, Hill regularly tested cameras, photographic techniques, and film. This image, as he explained to Martha, was 'an…

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"Palm trees - Art Study at Milne Bay" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Coconut Palms, Milne Bay. Six miles wide and twenty miles long, Milne Bay was -- for Hill -- both a mud hole and a tropical paradise. White sand beaches, clear seas, blazing sunsets,…

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"Hand carved bamboo comb - a tourist trade item - perhaps actually used by local people. Called a supwac" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Papuan Supwac. Hill brought home this typical hand-carved comb for which he traded two flashlight batteries. He later…

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"Bathing Facilities - A shallow stream at Milne Bay - New Guinea" Ed Bernardo is looking back over his left shoulder as Dick Baxter sits in the water to his left. From "Darkroom Soldier": "Milne Bay Skinny Dippers. Small rivers and streams flowing…

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"71st Group Chapel"

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"Muddy path to the mess hall - Finschhafen" From "Darkroom Soldier": "Muck and the Mess Hall. Communications and Photo Section men lived furthest from the mess hall. To eat regular meals, soldiers had to negotiate six inches of slippery and sticky…

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