Series 7:American Red Cross Studio for Portrait-Masks File, 1914-1925
0.4 Linear feet
Box 2-3, 6
This series contains material relating to Ladd's services aiding soldiers badly disfigured during World War I. Ladd established a studio in Paris in which she fashioned cosmetic masks to be worn by soldiers with terrible facial wounds. The notes and writings include a small notebook of price lists for sculptures. The scrapbook contains letters, clippings, and photographs of Maynard Ladd in the trenches, and of disfigured soldiers both with and without their masks.
This series has been scanned in its entirety.
|Notes and Writings, circa 1914-1925|
|Printed Material, 1916-1918|
|Oversized Photographs, circa 1920s-circa 1930s|