This collection contains extensive aerial reconnaissance photographs taken during World War II along with intelligence bomb plots and maps detailing those photographs. There are also numerous photographs taken throughout Europe depicting the devastation of the war. Of significant importance is the wartime diary kept by Mark Brown, detailing his experiences from 1942-1947. Official reports and records, printed matter, drawings, and artifacts are also contained within the collection.
IMAGE NOTE: Photograph of a destroyed German aircraft from the Brown Collection.
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