Artists - A bit of no man's land on Fifth Avenue, New York City. The above clay sculpture is a portrayal of life in "No Man's Land" executed by F. Luis Mora and Edward Field Sanford, Jr. It was exhibited on the esplanade of the New York Public Library, 42nd St., and Fifth Ave., N.Y. City, to those who purchased thrift stamps

Chicago citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. Artists - A bit of no man's land on Fifth Avenue, New York City. The above clay sculpture is a portrayal of life in "No Man's Land" executed by F. Luis Mora and Edward Field Sanford, Jr. It was exhibited on the esplanade of the New York Public Library, 42nd St., and Fifth Ave., N.Y. City, to those who purchased thrift stamps. 1917-01-01/1918-12-31. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20807452. (Accessed July 18, 2018.)
APA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947, (1917-01-01/1918-12-31) Artists - A bit of no man's land on Fifth Avenue, New York City. The above clay sculpture is a portrayal of life in "No Man's Land" executed by F. Luis Mora and Edward Field Sanford, Jr. It was exhibited on the esplanade of the New York Public Library, 42nd St., and Fifth Ave., N.Y. City, to those who purchased thrift stamps. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20807452
MLA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20807452>.
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