Of her father, Dr. William Podlich (second from left), Peg Podlich said: "He had always said that since he had served in WWII...he wanted to serve in the cause of peace. In 1967, he was hired by UNESCO as an expert on principles of education for a two-year stint in Kabul.... Throughout his adult life, because he was interested in social studies, whenever he traveled around [in Arizona, to Mexico, and other places] he continued to take pictures. In Afghanistan he took half-frame color slides [on Kodachrome] and I believe he used a small Olympus camera."
An entrance to Moscow's Red Square, with St. Basil's Cathedral in the distance, and the State Historical Museum to the left. Thousands of people can be seen standing in a long, snaking line to enter Lenin's mausoleum.
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