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Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis speaks at the opening of the first American Red Cross club to be staffed by African-Americans, circa 1942/1945, Cherbourg, France

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Creator:Red Cross Photo by Jerry Waller
Title:Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis speaks at the opening of the first American Red Cross club to be staffed by African-Americans, circa 1942/1945, Cherbourg, France
Date:1942-1945
Description:

Red Cross photograph of Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis in Cherbourg, France. A caption on the back of the photograph states that Davis is speaking at the opening of the Liberty Club "the first Negro-staffed American Red Cross Club opened in western Europe."

Local identification number: scl-m0272

Local identification number: scl-mss064-0272~1; scl-mss064-0272~2

Types:Photographs | StillImage
Subjects:Davis, Benjamin O., 1880-1970 | World War, 1939-1945 | American Red Cross | France, Cherbourg
Collection:Charlotta Bass / California Eagle Photograph Collection
Institution:University of Southern California Libraries
Contributors:University of Southern California. Library | Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research
Original Material:

scl-m0000

Charlotta Bass / California Eagle Photograph Collection, 1880-1986

University of Southern California. Libraries

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