Size/Media: 8.5" x 6.5" Glossy fiber silver gelatin
Dates: (Shot 1945/Printed 1945) w/Snipes, typed text and date stamp on verso.
Condition: Waviness to the paper with creases and bends throughout. Some light discoloration. Small corner bends/creases. (Please see scans for further information).
Vintage and striking shot of U.S. soldiers inspecting damage in the cavernous Cologne Cathedral in 1945 by George Silk.
This image was printed on p.38 of the March 26, 1945 issue of LIFE Magazine.
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- George Silk (1916-2004) / Associated Press / LIFE
- Title of artwork
- U.S. Soldiers Examine Cologne Cathedral, 1945
- Gelatin-silver print
- Press Agency/Newspaper Stamp
- Vintage print
- Image size
- 8×6 in
- Total dimensions
- 8.5×6.5×0 in