Man and women clerks attend to visitors at the Government Information Office in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1942, June Duration:3 min 56 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Temporary Government Building housing the Government Information Office in Washington DC. Exterior of the building. U.S. Information sign. Businessmen and women enter and exit the building. Traffic outside. 'War Savings Bonds Stamps' sign above a counter. A woman clerk attends to people over the counter. Bureau of Information Director Lowell Mellett and Assistant Director Phil Haublett in the building. Clerks talk to visitors over a counter. A clerk talks to a couple. Sign reads 'Services for men of the Armed Forces, war workers, visitors and DC residents'. A male clerk sells Government Publications over a counter. Men pay and buy the publications. Government publications on display titled 'Trade and Professional Associations of the US' and 'Work Will Win - The Story of Manpower'.
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