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MSS #: MC 88.1
Volume: .5 linear ft. (1 legal-size manuscript box)

Provenance: These reports and other papers were deposited by S. Lane Faison, Jr. at an unknown date. Formerly cataloged as part of the alumni publications collection (under call numbers: D810.A7 F33 1945, D810.A7 F34 1945, D810.A7 P43 1945, D810.A7 R68 1945 and D810.A7 F32 1986), they were added as an addendum to the Faison Papers in 2006.

Restrictions: The government reports have been declassified. Because the partial government reports included here are copies, however, no copying is allowed at Williams College . Please contact the National Gallery of Art, the holder of the originals, for access to the complete records and any needed copies.

Use of Prof. Faison's 1986 lecture on his activities as part of the investigative unit is unrestricted.

Copyright: Request for permission to publish from Prof. Faison's lecture must be submitted in writing to the College Archivist. Request for permission to publish from the government reports should be brokered with the National Gallery of Art.

S. Lane Faison World War II Art Looting Investigation Unit papers, 1945-1946, 1986



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