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George Leslie Stout papers, 1855, 1897-1978

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5.2: Monuments Men Publications , 1972-1975, 1942-circa 1950

The printed materials in this subseries largely consist of articles and journals written and signed by several Monuments Men and inscribed to George Stout. Many of the articles are about experiences in the Monuments, Fine Arts & Archives (MFAA) Section. There are articles written by Langdon Warner, Lincoln Kirstein, Theodore Sizer, and several others. Some of the papers describe MFAA activities but are not written by Monuments Men. A few records are in French and Japanese.
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Langdon Warner's Commencement Address, 1942
The commencement address is inscribed by Langdon Warner to George Leslie Stout.
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College Art Journal, 1946
Journal includes articles by Walker Hancock, Marvin C. Ross, and Andrew C. Ritchie about their experiences as Monuments Men.
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"Some Inside Information Around the 'Forged' Vermeer of Rotterdam", 1946
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A Walpolean at War, 1947
This booklet was written by Theodore Sizer with an inscription to George Stout.
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La Protection Scientifique des Ouevres d'Art en Temps de Guerre, 1947
This booklet was written by Paul Coremans with an inscription to George Leslie Stout.
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"Arts and Monuments", circa 1950
This article was written by Lincoln Kirstein.
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Aperture, 1972
This book contains an article written by Lincoln Kirstein and the cover is inscribed by Kirstein to George Stout.
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Fourth Presentation of the Charles Lang Freer Medal, 1973
This booklet was published by the Freer Gallery of Art for the presentation of the Charles Lang Freer Medal to Tanaka Ichimatsu who assisted with art conservation in Japan after World War II. The booklet is inscribed to George Stout by Ichimatsu.
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Mr. Stinson's 'Pet City' - The Sparing of Kyoto, 1945, 1975
Booklet researching the reason Kyoto was spared as a target for the nuclear bomb. The booklet is inscribed by author Otis Cary, a World War II veteran, to George Stout.
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