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    • United States--World War, 1939-1945; United States--Child labor--1940-1950; United States--African Americans--1940-1950
    • Young African American child sweeping the front entrance and steps of a building with a broom in the South, 1945. Caption reads: Small child at work
    • Tarpon fishing

    • Tarpon fishing--Louisiana
    • World's record tarpon to be caught on 72-thread line, and winner of the New Orleans Tarpon Club's 1951 city limits rodeo. This tarpon, captured by Oswald "Ed" Frey on Sept. 9, at Point Aux Herbes, in Lake Ponchartrain, weighed 198 pounds and eight...
    • Russian submachine gun

    • Submachine guns--Russia (Federation); World War, 1939-1945--Equipment & supplies; Arms & armament
    • World War II-era gun. Etched into butt of gun: "Tours."
    • Grade I tires

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Oil wells; Automobiles; Consumer rationing
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon shows a "B" bookholder looking at new tires on a car with Louisiana oil wells in the background. Margin of cartoon shows editorial marks.
    • How lucky we are!

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Consumer rationing; Seafood industry--Louisiana; Triton (Greek mythology); Seafood; Family
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon features King Triton presenting a plate of Louisiana seafood to a family. The father of the family reads a newspaper announcing "meat to be rationed."
    • No duds from here please!

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Consumer rationing; Housewives; Soldiers--American--1940-1950; Bombs; Kitchens
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon depicts a soldier saying, "Those axis murderers will think I'm dropping a fire cracker instead of a block buster." A housewife looks on, horrified. The side of the...
    • Give the axis the V sign, girls!

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Women; Defense industry; Airplanes; Airplane propellers; Labor supply; Clothing & dress
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon depicts a female worker holding an airplane propeller. A flag reads, "15,000 women wanted to train for New Orleans war industries." Airplanes fly overhead.
    • Officer smoking, trees and buildings

    • 24th General Hospital (United States. Army); World War, 1939-1945; Military hospitals; Medical care; Tulane University School of Medicine; Military officers
    • World War II photographs of Samuel Harvey Colvin, Jr., M.D. (Tulane School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology - Nov.15,1940; on leave effective July 15, 1942, active duty U.S. Army with rank of Major). 24th General...
    • Landscape with Mediterranean in distance

    • 24th General Hospital (United States. Army); World War, 1939-1945; Military hospitals; Medical care; Tulane University School of Medicine; Landscape photographs; Oceans
    • World War II photographs of Samuel Harvey Colvin, Jr., M.D. (Tulane School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology - Nov.15,1940; on leave effective July 15, 1942, active duty U.S. Army with rank of Major). 24th General...
    • Street Scene with military nurses, auto

    • 24th General Hospital (United States. Army); World War, 1939-1945; Military hospitals; Medical care; Tulane University School of Medicine; Nurses; Military personnel
    • World War II photographs of Samuel Harvey Colvin, Jr., M.D. (Tulane School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology - Nov.15,1940; on leave effective July 15, 1942, active duty U.S. Army with rank of Major). 24th General...
    • Group portrait in front of Laboratory

    • 24th General Hospital (United States. Army); World War, 1939-1945; Military hospitals; Medical care; Tulane University School of Medicine; Group portraits; Military officers
    • World War II photographs of Samuel Harvey Colvin, Jr., M.D. (Tulane School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology - Nov.15,1940; on leave effective July 15, 1942, active duty U.S. Army with rank of Major). 24th General...

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