Captain Harvey Dunn – “Victory March” – Illustrator of WWI Commemorative Stamp #2154
|October 4, 2012||Posted by Lars under 1980s, Masonic, Military, U.S. History|
Harvey Dunn–World War I correspondent-artist and illustrator of the 1985 22-cent commemorative stamp–is the featured artist in the Edsel cachet of this Masonic First Day Cover.
From the cover:
The weapons, the uniforms and the scenery change from one war to the next, but the faces remain the same. Despair, pain, shock, fatigue, etch their undeniable stamp on the faces of victor and vanquished alike. Harvey Dunn’s pictures will live forever because they reflect the souls of the men who bear the brunt of war. Dunn’s Masonic membership was in a Lodge in Tenafly, New Jersey.