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|Size||5 items (1.5 linear feet)|
|Abstract||Photographs created by the U.S. Coast Guard Public Relations Office Fifth Naval District, based in Norfolk, Va., depicting white members of the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard at several public health service facilities in North Carolina. Locations in North Carolina include Kill Devil Hills, Elizabeth City, Buxton, and Moorehead City.|
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The U.S. Coast Guard Fifth Naval District, is based in Norfolk, Va. The mission of this department is to ensure the safety and security of the oceans, coastal areas, and marine transportation system within North America’s mid-Atlantic region.Back to Top
Photographs created by the U.S. Coast Guard Public Relations Office Fifth Naval District, based in Norfolk, Va., depicting white members of the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard at several locations in North Carolina.Back to Top
Arrangement: Original order.
|Image Box IB-P0129/1||
U.S. Coast Guard Fifth Naval District Public Health Services photographs, circa 1943-1944 #P0129, Series: "U.S. Coast Guard Fifth Naval District Public Health Services Photographs, circa 1943-1944." IB-P0129/1
Black-and-White Photographic Prints
A majority of the images have information on verso.
Processed by: Patrick Cullom, August 2019
Encoded by: Patrick Cullom, August 2019
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