Kathleen Harriman

Kathleen Harriman, third from left, with fellow war correspondents in 1943. U.S. Army Center of Military History.

“Tonight the Soviets declared war on Japan. I’m about to go out on the town. . . . Among other things it means that the end of my session here is in sight! What next?”

From a letter to a friend on August 8, 1945

Fearless, intellegent, and always looking for the next adventure: Kathleen Harriman occupied a unique space as an observer to some of the World's most prolific history.