This past Monday the Marshall Museum was open with free admission to celebrate the famous speech given by Marshall at Harvard University seventy years ago.
To continue that celebration a selection of Marshall Plan photographs from a unique collection are now available to view online.
The collection was received in April of 2015 and it presents a personal perspective of the devastation of war and the rebuilding, funded with Marshall Plan aid, that followed. The collection by Mr. Eteve, of Paris, contains over 23,000 photographs of the transition of Paris and France during the years of the Marshall Plan.
Part of the collection can now be seen on the Foundation’s website: https://www.marshallfoundation.org/library/collection/national-archives-marshall-plan-photographs/