[CHILDREN WITH JIGSAW PUZZLE OF LEUTZE'S PAINTING OF "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE."]

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Accession Number: 1977:0100:0015

Maker: Nickolas Muray (American 1892-1965)

Title: ["CHILDREN WITH JIGSAW PUZZLE OF LEUTZE'S PAINTING OF ""WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE."""]

Date: Feb-1942

Medium: "color print, assembly (Carbro) process"

Dimensions: Dimensions Unknown

George Eastman House Collection

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opacity, aniadudek, and 67 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. YAHQQLIGAN 65 months ago | reply

    Excellent angle and composition

  2. andisnothekind 64 months ago | reply

    lo que deberian de hacer los niños en ves de estar jugando xbox o viendo la televison!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hahaha

  3. Wystan 63 months ago | reply

    What kind of weird kids are these supposed to be? Everybody knows that the science of picture puzzle assembly requires that edge pieces (the easy part) be assembled first!

  4. retro-dad [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

    those are the most ornate puzzle pieces i've ever seen!

  5. 橙子's album 60 months ago | reply

    I think every photo is a story...

  6. propal 59 months ago | reply

    These kids are proof that our history is mainstream. We believe everything we read, drawings we see, and whatever the teacher says. History must be interdisciplinary of all subjects. History must include self written accounts, letters and oral comments.

    Imagine history as a river but all the neat stuff is happening along the banks. History taught now sees only the river.

  7. Tadi ;) is back 34 months ago | reply

    Amazing stream you have!!!!!!

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