Edwin Pauley with letter from President Truman which withdrew Pauley's nomination

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[Caption 1] NEW YORK TIMES PHOTO
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Developed negatives: Ezra Van Horn and John L. Lewis discuss parliamentary procedure before recess for lunch.
Sir Ben Smith during conference on British food situation.

Undeveloped films: Edwin Pauley with letter from Truman which withdrew Pauley's nomination.
Maid of Cotton pictures: [fi]rst, left to right: Grace Councill, Harriett Cooley, Gwin Barnell, (seated), and Gloria McGehee and pat McGehee, and second, left to right: Gloria McGehee, Gwin Barnell (seated), and Pat McGehee.

(crossed out):
Signal Corps Telephotos: Marshal and MacArthur in Tokyo. Goering on stand at war crimes trial, and more on Nurnberg.

Washington 3/13/46 Tames

[Caption 2] (handwritten) Edwin Pauley with letter from Truman withdrawing Pauley's nomination

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3/13/46
Physical assets (photo negatives) could not be digitized as they are too fragile/already damaged. Photo negatives can be found in their envelope.

Digitized for the New York Times in 2018 by students at Pratt Institute's School of Information.

Creator

George Tames

Publisher

The New York Times

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English

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3x4 Large Format

Citation

George Tames, “Edwin Pauley with letter from President Truman which withdrew Pauley's nomination,” George Tames: New York Times Photographer , accessed November 26, 2020, http://nytames.prattsi.org/items/show/115.