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  • Joel Sax

    Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Sailors Platter: 1911

  • C G

    For Jim June 22, 1911. "Navy Yard, New York. U.S.S. North Dakota messmen being served from crew's galley." Three heaping helpings of something

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  • Mary Mitchell

    My first thought was the same, I thought he was the Cracker Jack Boy.

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