[WWI] W.W.1 photos

John Marco john at modelartbymarco.com
Fri Jan 21 03:53:12 EST 2005

Hi all,
The first batch of photos have been sent off to Allan, I would like to thank
Allan for allowing me to do this so we all can enjoy them and as soon as
Allan can get them up on the site I would like to hear your feedback on
them, there has been on encasement of the photos at all you will be seeing
them just the way they are and I will send more at the end of next week for
I have a small suitcase full. ;-)
John Marco

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Marco" <john at modelartbymarco.com>
To: "World War I Modeling Mailing List" <wwi at wwi-models.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2005 11:01 PM
Subject: [WWI] W.W.1 photos

> Hi all, me again ;-)
> Well I am going to do something that I thought I would never do ( I know
> never say never) ;-) I am going to share with all of you my privet
> collection of real W.W.1 photos that I have gathered up over the years, I
> thought one day I would put out a pitcher book of them but I think that
> will not be so what else to do with them but to share them with you fine
> people, most all of these photos have never been seen before, and a good
> many of them where taken out of an old black paper pitcher book as you
> see, I will be doing a few a week till their all done, I will start off
> one that we all know that is the one of  Douglas Campbell in his Nieuport
> yes we all have seen it but the one I have is the one that was given to
> Central News Service NY by US government with all the official stamps on
> back dated Jun. 11 1918 and on the front you will see two black lines and
> arrows where Central News Service decided to crop the photo before issuing
> out to books and magazines publishers and then I will go on from there,
> you like them, their are some real interesting ones.
> John Marco

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