Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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Nazi Loot Exhibited In New York
Priceless art and silver treasures, recovered by Allied Occupation Forces from the Hitler, Goering, Goebbels loot, are shown on display at the Plymouth Galleries. Pieces positively identified by former owners were returned. Others were auctioned off to raise funds for displaced persons in Europe.
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Paint House For Vet In 2 Min. 32 Seconds
Robert Hoelzle, of New Brunswick, N.J., who lost the use of his legs on Okinawa, watches with his fiancee as 96 members of the local painters' union paint his house in world's record time. The labor and material for the "Dream House" were donated by the townspeople.
1. Charles Collins carries wife Ethel, mother of quadruplets, into new Bronx, N.Y., home provided by admiring neighbors. 2. Jack Delinger, 22, Oakland, Cal., is new "Mr. America", defeating 40 Adonises at Cleveland contest. 3. Gen. Jonathan M. Wainwright, hero of Corregidor, attends a disabled Veterans parade at Loveland, Colo.