Liberty Bond printing workers exit building; Liberty Bond drives in the United States during World War I.
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:1 min 35 sec Sound:NO SOUND
From a film on "Where and Why Liberty Bonds are made." created during Liberty Bond drives in the United states during World War 1. American flag superimposed as U.S. Army soldiers march in background. Liberty Bond printing workers exit the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington DC during a lunch break. A streetcar passes by on 14th Street SW in Washington DC, in front of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. A large crowd gathers during a Liberty Bond drive as they carry banners that read "Damn the torpedoes, Go ahead -Farragut ". White coated waiters in a U.S. Navy sailor mess hall carry large trays of food from kitchen to mess hall, where sailors are seen eating the meal, seated at long tables. A line of new U.S. Navy recruits pass by a high counter and receive their sailor uniforms. U.S. Army soldiers march on a crowded street as they prepare to go to war in Europe during World War 1.
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