One of the nice things about exploring the National Geographic Found Archives is it leads me down paths of discovering loads of new photographers. Well, new to me, of course. I could spend all day Googling the names that appear under each photograph to see what other treasures await. One such discovery is Hans Hildenbrand. He was a German photographer best known for his color photographs of World War I. After the war, he was employed as a photographer by National Geographic. As seen in this sampling of photographs, his work took him all over Europe, from Hungary to Austria and from Germany to Switzerland. I love studying the details of the clothing in these photos.