U.S. Sailors sign up double their subscriptions during Victory loan drive in New York City
New York City USA Date:1919 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A U.S. Navy Ensign, enlists sailors to increase their allotments for Victory bonds. Sailors are assembled at a Navy Supply Depot, in New York City. Ensign A D Leveridge calls for volunteers to double their subscriptions during a Victory Bond Drive. They volunteer, en masse. Next, they are seen at the Altar of Liberty, on Fifth Avenue and Madison Square, where Lieutenant Commander WD Loveridge and other U.S. Naval officers and women volunteers process their requests. LCDR Loveridge and Ensign Leveridge, converse in front of the group of sailors. Scene shifts back to the Supply Depot, where sailors stand in formation. a woman Yeoman (F) delivers a report about the bond subscriptions to Ensign Leveridge, who salutes and presents it to LCDR Loveridge. He and the Yeoman (F) present it to a Navy Commander, who reads and returns it. The ensign and Yeoman depart as LCDR Loveridge stands before the formation.
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