The First Class Grand Salon (Lounge) on board the post-War Ile de France (1949), restored as the flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French Line. Note the heroic, Ancient Egyptian-themed panel on the right, depicting Fishing, and the equally heroic panel celebrating The Taming of the Horse, both salvaged from the Normandie’s First Class Fumoir (Smoking Room). Image from the Private Collection of John Cunard-Shutter.
Self-supporting graduates of the Crippled Children's School - Henry Street, NYC
ROYAL AIR FORCE FAR EAST 1945-1946 (CF 1006) Senior Sister F H Wilcox visits Sister Elaine Bott who is in charge of this airmen's ward at 81 Mobile Field Hospital, Seletar. This was the first Royal Air Force hospital established after the Japanese surrender.
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Navy Department, Washington, D.C. Description: Navy and civilian personnel in an office in the Main Navy or Munitions Buildings, 1918. Several African-American Sailors are standing near the counter in the center background. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph. Catalog #: NH 53184