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Various: pre-war - 3 news pics 30s-40s

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Cunard and United States Lines: Three news photos from the 1930s and 40s with their original wire stories attached on back.

The oldest is dated August 31, 1935, and shows a smiling ten-year-old boy carrying two trophies on the AMERICAN EXPORTER. The kid was chosen as a Good Will Ambassador to the children of Ireland and was presented by USL with a hefty trophy for himself and a thinner version to give to the Irish. Photo 2 was also taken on a USL ship, the PRESIDENT HARDING. Dated April 28, 1937, it shows Admiral and Mrs. Hugh Rodman on their way to the coronation of King George VI. The last photo comes from July 26, 1949, as Financier Bernard Baruch faced reporters in the lounge of the QUEEN MARY. An advisor to Roosevelt during WW2, Baruch was quoted as saying that Britain was spending too time on nationalization and is "not devoting sufficient energy to developing their country and its production."

Excellent condition.

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