About 15 years ago,I was at a one weekend only flea market/garage sale being held at a nearby fairgrounds. I walked by a booth and saw a small stack of old manilla folders in a box. The top one had the word "NAZIS" that had been cut out of a magazine glued to the front of it. There were 6 folders,5 dedicated to Germany and the 6th to Japan. The folders had been put together as a school project back in 1950 by a student for the 5th anniversary of the end of WWII. The folders were full of pictures about WWII clipped out of magazines and newspapers, some of which were published during the war. I had gone through 3 of the folders, there were a lot cool old clippings but, nothing that jumped out at me. Then in the 4th one was a photograph of Hitler and Hess. I leafed through the rest of the folders and found 5 more photos. Paid $10.00 for all 6 folders. I got them home and took the photos out of the folders, the manilla paper had a lot of acid in them and begun to yellow the photos. The photos are in pretty good shape. There in nothing written,printed or stamped on the backs except Kodak Vellox Paper. It is so faint that I hadn`t noticed it until a few months ago. Hope that you enjoy my photos.