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Faison, S. Lane Jr. Hermann Voss. (Detailed interrogation report, no. 12) U.S. Army Office of Strategic Services, Art Looting Investigation Unit, 1945. ("This report should be regarded as preliminary to the forthcoming Consolidated interrogation report no. 4, Linz : Hitler's museum and Library ."?note, p.1)
Folder 1 Report.
 
Faison, S. Lane Jr. Linz: Hitler's museum and library. (Consolidated interrogation report, no. 4) U.S. Army Office of Strategic Services, Art Looting Investigation Unit, 1945-1946. ("This report concerns the collections of paintings, arms and armor, coins, books, sculpture, furniture and objects d'art which Hitler intended to present to the city of Linz."--preface)
Folder 2 Report and index.
Folder 3 Attachment.
Folder 4 Supplement.
 
Rousseau, Theodore. The Goering collection. (Consolidated interrogation report, no. 2) U.S. Army Office of Strategic Services, Art Looting Investigation Unit, 1945. ("This report is a preliminary study of the history and formation of the Hermann Goering Collection, and the methods used by the Reischmarschall of the Third German Reich to strip the occupied countries of Europe of a large part of their artistic heritage."--introduction)
Folder 5 Report.
Folder 6 Attachments.
 
Plaut, J.S. Activity of the Einsatzstab Rosenberg in France. (Consolidated interrogation report, no. 1) U.S. Army Office of Strategic Services, Art Looting Investigation Unit, 1945. ("This report is intended as a comparatively definitive study of the most elaborate and extensive art looting operation undertaken by the Germans in World War II?namely, the confiscation by the Einsatzstab Rosenberg of Jewish-owned collections in France."--introduction)
Folder 7 Report and attachments.
 
Faison, S. Lane Jr. Memories of Orion, notes of a lecture delivered January 21, 1986,
Folder 8 Williams College, Art Department.

S. Lane Faison, Jr. (1907-2006) Papers, 1926-2003

World War II Art Looting Investigation Unit papers, 1945-1946, 1986



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