The World War II Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial, built in Italy to commemorate Americans who died during the liberation of Italy, was directed by the United States War Commission, which oversaw the overall design, construction, sculpture, and landscaping work necessary for the site. Griswold was tapped by the United States War Commission to act as landscape architect. This became his first major landscaping work overseas. Griswold spent much of his time drawing plans, developing planting plans, writing and answering correspondence, and working with the War Commission in efforts to construct the memorial. This subseries contains seven items, mainly drawings but also blueprints, of Griswold’s work at Anzio Cemetery from 1950 through 1956. While the schematics refer to the general layout of the site, the drawings study the specific planting plans of the site as well as the relationship between the garden and other types of foliage to the pool, which served as the centerpiece of memorial. This series contains seven drawings, including a watercolor, of the entrance and layout of Anzio Cemetery during Griswold’s involvement at the memorial from 1950 to 1951. Additional files relating to this project may be found in Series V.