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Sculptor Felix de Weldon working on the plaster model of the US Marine Corps War Memorial, circa 1954, photo 4 of 7

Caption   Sculptor Felix de Weldon working on the plaster model of the US Marine Corps War Memorial, circa 1954, photo 4 of 7 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Marine Corps John C. McQueen Collection
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Photos at Same Place United States
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 28 Aug 2014

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1. Anonymous says:
10 Mar 2016 07:16:24 PM

Sculpture flawed. Carbine depicted in sculpture has provision for bayonet attachment. WWII issue carbines did not have bayonet lugs.

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