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Boy's Activities - War Work in Europe - One of the A.R.C. Boy Scouts taking an important package to the American Embassy

American Red Cross - Vehicles - American Red Cross truck in front of British Embassy, Berlin, Germany

American Red Cross - Groups - Two of the staunchest Red Cross workers in Switzerland are Remson Whitehouse of New York (right) and Joseph Cooke Smith of Providence, R.I. Both men have lived in Switzerland for many years, being enthusiastic winter sportsmen and mountain climbers. Long before America entered the war, they were engaged in relief work in Switzerland and France, and as soon as the United States declared war they devoted their entire time to Red Cross relief work. For sometime Mr. Smith sent packages of food and clothing to american prisoners in Germany at his own expense, particularly to the crew of the Yarrowdale. He is now in charge of relief work for repatriated Italian soldiers. Mr. Whitehouse is at present acting as a liason officer between the Red Cross and American Embassy

Colleges and Universities - Lafayette College - Lafayette College. Photo shows General Vignal of the French Embassy at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, October 1917

American Red Cross - Vehicles - 37 M/N rapid fire gun in Wiljelmplataz before American Red Cross headquarters in American Embassy, Berlin, Germany

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - American Red Cross in Norh Russia. The Garden House of the Governor's mansion in Archangel. The Governor's mansion is now the American Embassy, where one or two of the American Red Cross officers have their headquarters. The young Russian boy in the picture is an empoyee of the Red Cross

Photograph of James B. Rhoads and Pavel Podlesnyy, USSR (The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) Embassy Librarian Presenting Vol. 15 USSR Foreign Policy to NARS

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Lima - Embassy Mission Residence - 1946

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Lima - Embassy Mission Residence - 1946

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Accra - Embassy Mission Residence

Rome - Embassy Mission Residence

[IFYE Students, US Embassy]

[Benjamin Franklin's Statue, US Embassy in Paris]

[Independence Day in Paris, 1955: Reception at the US Embassy, USIS gardens, Fbrg St. Honore]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Independence Day in Paris, 1955: Reception at the US Embassy, USIS gardens, Fbrg St. Honore]

[Decoration Award, Mme Genay, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[IFYE Students, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Us Senators, US Embassy, Paris]

[British Embassy]

[IFYE Students, US Embassy]

[IFYE Students, US Embassy]

[U.S. Embassy Welcomes American Farm Youth]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Independence Day in Paris, 1955: Reception at the US Embassy, USIS gardens, Fbrg St. Honore]

[British Embassy]

[Choir Group, US Embassy]

[Sen. Benson, Press Conference, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Benjamin Franklin's Statue, US Embassy in Paris]

[U.S. Embassy Welcomes American Farm Youth]

[Decoration Award, Mme Genay, US Embassy]

[IFYE Students Reception (US Embassy)]

[U.S. Embassy Welcomes American Farm Youth]

[Decoration Award, Mme Genay, US Embassy]

[Independence Day in Paris, 1955: Reception at the US Embassy, USIS gardens, Fbrg St. Honore]

[Furniture Inventory, US Embassy]

[Agricultural Experts at La Boetie Embassy Building]

[U.S. Embassy Welcomes American Farm Youth]

[Choir Group, US Embassy]

[Independence Day in Paris, 1955: Reception at the US Embassy, USIS gardens, Fbrg St. Honore]

[Independence Day in Paris, 1955: Reception at the US Embassy, USIS gardens, Fbrg St. Honore]

[The American Embassy]

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