Book editor seeks rights to D’Addario photos

Questions about photographer Raymond D’Addario raise more questions, as is often the case with this jigsaw puzzle that is the history of Army Pictorial Center.  A book editor is seeking permission to use D'Addario's Nuremburg photos.  We need your help.

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The query we received said, "We are currently working on an illustrated book on the history of German pencil manufacturer Faber-Castell. One chapter of the book is dedicated to the post-WWII era in Nuremburg (the city where Faber-Castell is based). The Army Pictorial Service photographer Raymond D’Addario, whose iconic photographs of the Nuremburg war crime tribunals gained fame the wolrd around, is one of the main characters in this chapters."



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