The WW II Diary of Andrew Hines: Cover
While a prisoner of war, Andrew H. Hines, Jr. kept a diary chronicling his experiences from capture to liberation. He handwrote the diary on the back of cigarette packages and obtained a metal can which another POW fashioned into a case to hold the diary. The can was flattened with improvised “hinges” that held the pages together. The initial “H” is inscribed on the cover.