A sketch of a young woman looks down from the cement wall over the door into the F. E. Warren Air Force Base curation facility known as “the bunker.” The artwork, believed to have been drawn sometime around 1920, is just one of many pieces of graffiti discovered as decades of paint was stripped from the walls when an old potato storage cellar was converted into a state-of-the-art archive for historical documents and artifacts. (U.S. Air Force photo by R.J. Oriez)

PHOTO BY: R.J. Oriez
VIRIN: 130401-F-JW079-011.JPG
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