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A group of 4 x 100 ft. 16mm black and white films, and one smaller color film showing North American scenes including wildlife, and scenes of London
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Dugmore first experienced the war as a civilian, crossing over to Belgium in August 1914. His love of photography caused him to be suspected as a spy by the British on one occasion and the Belgians soon after. Once captured by the Germans, he escaped only to be badly injured afterwards. Upon his recovery he joined the forces, securing a commission in the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Badly gassed at the Battle of the Somme, his talents as a public speaker and on the lecture rostrum were put to use with the blessing of the Foreign Office
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Brooklyn Museum
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An extensive collection of over 30 items, plus duplicates, of ephemeral items relating to Dugmore and his work. Included are announcements of lectures and programs, certificates of membership in various societies, agreements with publishers, catalogs of exhibitions, newspaper articles, photographs and menus of dinners (some signed)
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An unpublished account of King Theodore based on the work of Ferdinand Gregorovius
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A pen, ink, and watercolor poster by Dugmore advertising a lecture at Myrtle Hall, with an amusing watercolor study at the top depicting Dugmore being chased by a white rhinoceros, initialed by the artist
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