1945 Press Photo Tecumseh statue Annapolis MD painted

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CAPTION: NOT NEAT, BUT GAUDY, the famed statue of Tecumseh stands proudly in a new coat of paint applied by the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. The middies went to work on the old man, a symbol of long standing, in celebration of the end of the war. A serviceman gives the painted Indian the once-over..

Photo is dated 8/18/1945 and measures 8 x 10 inches.

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