Schnitker kept this diary to record his thoughts about his wartime service in India. Included are many photographs that captured his perception of Indian culture at the time, including a snake charmer, people bathing in the street, and Schnitker and his comrades riding camels.
MSS-142: Max T. Schnitker Papers
Received from John Schnitker, son of Max, in June 1999.
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"Max Schnitker diary, 1945-1946" (2016). Schnitker Papers Images. 3.