Fractured Fotos!

Eisloeffel, Paul
October 2007
MAC Newsletter;Oct2007, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p40
The article presents several views on a historic photograph without a caption from Midwest Archives Conference repositories depicting women undergoing an arm-immersion test performed at Procter & Gamble Co. service laboratory to determine the effects of a product on the skin. A person said that the women on the photo joined hands in tubs of Wei To solution as a psychic enhancement. Another commented that they are volunters testing a military experimental weapon at the start of the Cold War.


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