T he Nutshell Studies are not open to the public. As such, I am eternally grateful to Jerry Dziecichowicz, Chief Administrator of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Maryland, and Dr. David R. Fowler, Chief Medical Examiner for giving me free rein to take as many pictures of the Nutshells as I needed.
The Glessner House Museum was very gracious in allowing me to use their images of Frances Glessner Lee.
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