|First Set (of 10)
|1944, The Shopkeeper. Photograph by Lt. Col. Clinton C. Millett, M.D. in Kunming China where he was stationed as an army doctor during WWII. This photograph was one of 130 exhibited at the Yunnan Provincial Museum in May, 2004. More than 500,000 people came to view the colorful images of their lost history.
|2004, The Shopkeeperss Children. Photograph by Krystal Millett-Garrison, Dr. Milletts great-granddaughter. The shopkeepers children, Wu Gui Zheng and Wu Yian Shan, were told by a neighbor that a picture of a man who looked like their father was in the exhibition. The two were overcome with emotion when they saw the first color photograph of their father. The shopkeeper was an herb doctor who ran the Bai Hu Tan herb-medicine shop. At the museum, his daughter shared stories of Dr. Milletts visits and memories of him photographing her father.
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