U.S. 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron personnel wash and dry prints of photographs in South Pacific.
South Pacific Ocean Date:1943, May 11 Duration:3 min 29 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron in the South Pacific during World War II. Prints on Rabaul negative being washed. A soldier puts the negatives in containers. A personnel dries the prints as he places them on machine. Machine gives out dried prints A sign on a door reads 'Printing'. Negatives brought to a dryer from the developing room. Men dry negative roll. A man rubs on either side of the negatives. June 4th, 1943: A soldier sleeps as others chat.
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