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photos by Marjory Collins



New York. O'Reilly's bar on Third Avenue in the 'Fifties', 1942


Washington, D.C. Sunday swimmers at the municipal swimming pool, 1942


New York. Italian-Americans on MacDougal Street relaxing on Sunday, 1942


New York. Waiting for trains at the Pennsylvania railroad station, 1942


New York. Waiting room at the Pennsylvania railroad station, 1942


New York. Italian-Americans watching parade on Mott Street and flag raising ceremony in honor of boys from the neighborhood in the United States Army, 1942


Arlington, Virginia. FSA trailer camp project for Negroes. Hanging out washing in front of the community building, 1942


New York. Italian-American cafe espresso shop on MacDougal Street where coffee and soft drinks are sold. The coffee machine cost one thousand dollars, 1942


Washington, D.C. Scrap salvage campaign, Victory Program. Washington schoolchild brings a load of scrap paper to school once a week, 1942


Baltimore, Maryland. School children and workers returning home on a trolley at five pm, 1943


New York. The mall restaurant in Central Park on Sunday, 1942


New York. Janet and Marie Wynn (lower left), Czech-American children, climbing on monkey bars in Central Park playground, 1942


Washington, D.C. Relaxing on the edge of the municipal swimming pool on Sunday, 1942


Washington, D.C. Municipal swimming pool on Sunday, 1942


Washington, D.C. Watermelon vendor at the farmers' market, 1942


Washington, D.C. Government workers lunch outside the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington Monument park, 1942b


Washington, D.C. Scrap salvage campaign, Victory Program. Children bringing their weekly contribution of scrap paper to school, 1942


Washington, D.C. Scrap salvage campaign, Victory Program. Children bringing their weekly contribution of scrap paper to school, 1942


New York. Italian-Americans in the rain watching a flag raising ceremony in honor of the feast of San Rocco at right, 1942


New York. O'Reilly's bar on Third Avenue in the 'Fifties', 1942

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