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dc.creatorLouis A. Sapienza
dc.identifier.citationBobbie Bailey Collection; SC-B-004; Box: 11, Item: PH-25, Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books, Kennesaw State University.en_US
dc.descriptionColor photographic print (Dye Imbibition [?]; 13 1/2 x 20 inches). By Louis A. Sapienza. Image depicts the Greenland ice cap with crew member with USA flag in foreground and the Greenland Expedition Society camp buried underneath the ice.en_US
dc.relation.ispartof<a href=""_blank">Bobbie Bailey Collection, 1948-2016</a>en_US
dc.rightsCopyright 1992 Louis A. Sapienza, Greenland Expedition Society. Louis Sapienza is CEO of North South Polar, Inc. and a founding member of the Fallen American Veterans Foundation. He is a former member of the Greenland Expedition Society WWII P-38 Recovery Team, and he participated in three expeditions that developed the technologies and equipment that recovered a WWII P-38 Lighting fighter plane from 24 stories beneath the ice sheet surface. During this expedition, Lou served as the mission’s principal photographer, and his work was used extensively in the History Channel’s “The Hunt for the Lost Squadron.” Lou also travels the world as a professional photographer. His work has appeared in LIFE magazine, National Geographic, Forbes, Paris Match, and Gulliver (Italy), as well as numerous other international publications and corporate annual reports. Lou currently resides in Maine.en_US
dc.subjectGreenland Expedition Society (1992)--Historyen_US
dc.subjectPhotographic printsen_US
dc.subjectDye imbibitionen_US
dc.subjectGreenland Icecap, Greenlanden_US
dc.titleGreenland ice cap with USA flag in foregrounden_US

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  • Bobbie Bailey Collection, 1948-2016
    The materials in the collection span from 1948 to 2016, and document Bobbie Bailey's vast career and achievements, including materials from her company Our-Way, Inc., the Greenland Expedition Society, her music-related accomplishments, Kennesaw State University, the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, DeKalb Medical, UNICEF, and others.

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