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poland-tour.jpg
In the summer of 1947, Herman Field, brother of Noel Field, organized a tour for students that examined reconstruction efforts in Poland and other European countries. The group stayed at the Piekary Hospital for 2 nights.

poland map.jpg
The boundary of Poland was redrawn again after World War II, with territories East of the Curzon Line, a huge part of the pre-war territory, given to the Soviets and German territory, East of the Oder and Nesse Rivers, given to Poland in reparation.

piekary 1947 color.jpg
This was a color photograph taken of the hospital during 1947, when the students stayed for two nights.

cobb visa.jpg
In the summer of 1947, Henry N. Cobb, then a student at the Harvard GSD, joined a group that travelled throughout Europe to observe reconstruction efforts, particularly in Poland. In September, the group stayed at the hospital in Piekary.

coal map.png
Silesia was known for its large coal deposits that easily mined. Coal was one of the few, and the main, Polish export in the years immediately following WWII.

All_Authors_XYs.gif
This map shows the locations of the authors contributing the Polish emigre journal Kultura between 1947 and 1989.

Letters_1974_1981_XYs_Europe.gif
This is a series of maps which show where peoplewho wrote letters to the Polish emigre journal Kultura between 1950 and 1989 were located in Europe.

All_Letters_XYs.gif
This is a series of map which show where people were located who wrote letters to the Polish emigre journal Kultura between 1950 and 1989.

All_Funders_XYs_Europe.gif
This map shows the European locations of the funders contributing the Polish emigre journal Kultura between 1954 and 1989.
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