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American congressman visit ordnance works. Calais, France
Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

British Photographs of World War I

Scene in British bakery sorehouse. Calais, France

Scene in British bakery sorehouse. Calais, France

British Photographs of World War I

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

British Photographs of World War I

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

British Photographs of World War I

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France

British Photographs of World War I

American congressmen visit ordnance yard, Calais, France
Interior of British military hospital, Calais, France
Q.M.A.A.C. Carpenters at work, Calais, France. 6-26-1918
American congressmen visit ordnance yard, Calais, France
Women ambulance drivers, Calais, France

Women ambulance drivers, Calais, France

British Photographs of World War I

King George greeting American officers, Calais, France
[Henri Mailly, Honorary President of F. O. Syndicate des Mineurs - Pas de Calais]

[Henri Mailly, Honorary President of F. O. Syndicate des Mineurs - Pas...

[Henri Mailly, Honorary President of F. O. Syndicate des Mineurs - Pas de Calais] - [FRA-3027]

U.S. National Archives

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