National Geographic : 1950 Jun
774 The National Geographic Magazine Gene Jones, The Washington Post A Blind Art Lover "Reads" the Face That Launched the Spanish Armada Against England Miss Gretta Griffis (right) applies the touch method to a bust of King Philip II of Spain. Mrs. Dorothea P. Michelson, National Gallery docent, aids her. Miss Griffis asked if Philip's bulldog jaw indicated un happiness. Pompeo Leoni made the head of enameled cast silver in the 16th century. Harry Goodwin, The Washington Post Their Problem: Unloading 30 Tons of Europe's Most Precious Art Works Commander Keith Merrill (left), in charge of the cargo, confers with Lt. Comdr. John D. Garland, U.S .S. Malabar skipper, and Dr. Ernst H. Buschbeck and Dr. Erich V. Strohmer, Vienna curators.