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Baltimore, Maryland. Eighteen hundred workers are carried from the Bethlehem Fairfield shipyard to Baltimore on a former Wilson Line pleasure boat. The trip takes twenty minutes Library of Congress/NACO
Baltimore, Maryland. Parking space Library of Congress/NACO
Buffalo, New York. Esther O'Hara, twenty-six, is a shearman's helper trimming defects from machine gun barrels at Republic Steel. She prefers her job to housework Library of Congress/NACO
Buffalo, New York. Lakeview nursery school for children of working mothers, operated by the Board of Education at a tuition fee of three dollars weekly. Playing in the well-equipped yard Library of Congress/NACO
Buffalo, New York. Procession and high mass on Easter at the Corpus Christi church in the Polish community Library of Congress/NACO
Buffalo, New York. The metallurgical laboratory of Republic Steel entirely manned by women. Twenty-one year old Florence Bergtold is "boss" of one shift. Here steel samples are tested for tensil strength, hardenability, and density. Billet samples such as one being pounded, weighing from sixty to eighty pounds; are moved about on rolling belts Library of Congress/NACO
Carlisle, Pennsylvania. U.S. Army medical field service school. Army doctors walking to classes after lunch. These doctors are taken from civilian life for a five-week course in how the Army, and particularly the medical corps, functions before going into active service. Their ranks range from first lieutenant to major, depending on their age and experience, and on whether they were formerly reserve officers Library of Congress/NACO
Carlisle, Pennsylvania. U.S. Army medical field service school. Officer candidates during a practice road march carrying full packs, disperse singly to side of road while being "attacked" by flour bombs Library of Congress/NACO
Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Armistice Day parade Library of Congress/NACO
Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Company dance given in Moose Hall by employees of the Hamilton Watch Company so that new employees might get acquainted Library of Congress/NACO
Lititz, Pennsylvania. Bidders at a public sale Library of Congress/NACO
Montgomery County, Maryland. Farmers sharing a car on market day Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Boarding interstate buses at the Greyhound bus terminal, 34th Street Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Children's Colony, a school for refugee children administered by a Viennese. British and German refugee children working side by side Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Garment worker in the N.M. dress shop, which is now making blouses for the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC). He is a member of local 89 of the International Ladies Garment Workers' Union Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Irish-American policeman in Central Park Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Italian-American cafe espresso shop on MacDougal Street where coffee and soft drinks are sold. The coffee machine cost one thousand dollars Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Italian-Americans in the rain watching a flag raising ceremony in honor of the feast of San Rocco at right Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Italian-Americans leaving the church of Our Lady of Pompeii at Bleeker and Carmine Streets, on New Year's Day Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Italian grocery store owned by the Ronga brothers on Mulberry Street Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Italian violinist Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Midnight mass on Christmas Eve at Saint Dominick's church in an Italian-American neighborhood Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. "Morgue" of the New York Times newspaper. Tommy Bracken, head of this department, has been with paper fifty-one years, is the oldest employee Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Mourners at the funeral of Carlo Tresca, the Italian anarchist publisher of Il Martello, who was murdered on Fifth Avenue. The funeral was held in Manhattan Center and was attended by over 5000 anti-fascists Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. O'Reilly's bar on Third Avenue in the "Fifties" Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. R. H. Macy and Company department store during the week before Christmas Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Rabbi in a kosher wine shop in the New York's Jewish section. His job is to inspect wines to see that they are made in the kosher manner. He also sells his services as an after-dinner speaker at Jewish functions all over the country; he speaks practically no English, only Yiddish Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Raymond [i.e. Raimondo] Fazio and his family receive a belated Christmas package from one of their four sons in the service. This one is in Africa. Fazio is a journalist and lives on East Tenth Street Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benefits. Austrian-Italian-Americans singing songs of their native country Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York students pledging allegiance to the flag in public school eight in an Italian-American section Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. The Di Costanzo family, owners of a restaurant on Mulberry Street, hold their annual family dinner in the restaurant on New Year's Eve. There are few customers on that night. At left is a flag and a picture of their son who is in the United States Army Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. The Lincoln School of Teachers' College, Columbia University. Sixth graders working on an illuminated map of South America, showing resources Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. The War Emergency Board of the fur industry formed a fur vest project. Various fur factories donate the services of their employees one day a week to make fur-lined vests for the merchant marine. The fur is all from voluntary donations from the public. Fur coats being moved from the storeroom to the workroom Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. "United Nations" exhibition of photographs presented by the United States Office of War Information (OWI) on Rockefeller Plaza Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Vincent's Barber Shop on West Eighth Street Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Waiting for trains at the Pennsylvania railroad station Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Waiting to buy tickets at the Radio City Music Hall Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. WAVE (Women Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Service) uniform modeled by a girl from the Powers Agency Library of Congress/NACO
New York, New York. Window of a Jewish religious shop on Broom Street Library of Congress/NACO
Niagara Falls, New York. Nan Hannegan, a nineteen year old chemical operator at the Niacet chemical company earning thirty-nine dollars a week, taking readings from dials and thermometers Library of Congress/NACO
Niagara Falls, New York. Nan Hannegan doing door to door recruiting for women to work in war plants. This program was organized by the War Manpower Commission in cooperation with local war plants who loaned nineteen women workers Library of Congress/NACO
Pitcairn, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Bernice Stevens of Braddock, Pennsylvania, mother of one child, employed in the engine house of the Pennsylvania Railroad, earns fifty-eight cents per hour. She is cleaning a locomotive with a high pressure nozzle. Mrs. Stevens' husband is in the U.S. Army Library of Congress/NACO
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Lithuanian-Americans attending Memorial Day mass in the Lithuanian cemetery Library of Congress/NACO
St. Mary's County, Maryland. People going to All Faith Church Library of Congress/NACO
Stockton (vicinity), California. Mexican agricultural laborers arriving by train to help in the harvesting of beets Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. A government secretary in the United States Office of Emergency Management (OEM) cleaning her typewriter Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Coca-Cola and sandwich stand which caters to government workers at noon outside the U.S. Department of Agriculture Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Colonel A.I. Ennis, chief of United States Army Air Corps Office of Public Relations at his desk in the munitions building Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Customers in the Giant Food shopping center on Wisconsin Avenue Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Dancing class in a Negro grammar school Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Dinner hour at the S&W Cafeteria on G Street N.W. Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Easter flower stand Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Line outside Scholl's cafeteria on Connecticut Avenue at six p.m. Over 100 people stand in line and are served at the rate of one every minute Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Military unit in Armstrong Technical High School which is trained by the regular Army, a tradition in all Washington schools Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Negro boys admiring the Lincoln Memorial Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Playing tennis in the park in front of the U.S. Department of Commerce building on Sunday afternoon Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Rubber salvage display at Georgia Avenue filling station Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Scrap salvage campaign, Victory Program. Children bringing their weekly contribution of scrap paper to school Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Sunday cyclist in East Potomac Park Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Sunday swimmers at the municipal swimming pool Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Under the auspices of the Bureau of University Travel and the National Capital School Visitors' Council, over 200 high school students chosen for their intellectual alertness visited Washington for a week Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Unloading a meat train at the District grocery store warehouse Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. Unloading watermelons at the farmers' market Library of Congress/NACO
Washington, D.C. William H. Hastie, civilian aide to the Secretary of War, in conference with Undersecretary of War Patterson Library of Congress/NACO

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