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Photographs

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Darjeeling Arts Club: Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1943-1945

 File
Identifier: PJM/SATO/B/27
Scope and Contents Administrative papers and correspondence concerning the Darjeeling Group of Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO). Includes 5 black and white photographic prints (8.5cm x 11cm) of Percy Johnson-Marshall visiting an art class.

Imphal Group: Service Arts and Technical Organization, 1943-1945

 File
Identifier: PJM/SATO/B/10
Scope and Contents Administration, correspondence and reports for the Imphal Group of the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO). The file includes black and white photographic prints (8.5cm x 10.5cm) of art works exhibited in an exhibition by members of the group.

Service Arts and Technical Organization Headquarters, Rangoon, 1945-1946

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Identifier: PJM/SATO/D/4
Scope and Contents Correspondence and papers relating to the 12th Army Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) Polytechnic in Rangoon. Includes assorted copies of Burma Star ( December 1945-March 1946) published by the Army Educational Corps HQ Twelfth Army: Burma - with SATO lectures highlighted. Also includes a photograph of Major CEJ Riley, SATO Radio Instructor demonstrating modern civil radio repair at the SATO...

Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) Polytechnic - photographs, 1945-1951

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Identifier: PJM/SATO/D/5
Scope and Contents 2 black and white photographic prints (17.5cm x 22cm), with accompanying captions, of work from the Service Arts Technical Organization (SATO) Polytechnic. The first shows Percy Johnson-Marshall addressing a meeting of future instructors of the Polytechnic, the second shows Major General Woods and William Tatton Brown at an art exhibition. The photographs are accompanied by a letter from FE Shrosbree, the General Secretary of the Association of Building Technicians, who sent them to Percy...