Shows efforts by the Friends Relief Committee (affiliation of Quakers or Religious Society of Friends, and sometimes known as the Friends War Victims' Relief Committee) in London to provide food to starving Russians during the period of the Russian Revolution and World War I. Men carry boxes of food on carts at a dock. Food supplies are loaded on a ship. Officials stand outside a building and speak to a crowd. An official speaks. The officers stand beside the building. Ship yard workers arrange the food supplies. Sign seen on stack of food boxes beside the docks : "Friends Relief Committee. Head Office 27 Chancery Lane, London WC2. One Of Our Regular Shipments. Over 400 Tons Of Food For Starving Russia." The cargo is loaded onto the ship by crane and men.
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