Polish American establishments in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The American flag flies and smoke stacks in the background. Stanlev steel works plant. Men work at a World War 2 defense workers' housing project site. Advertisement on a building reads: "Photos for Passport or Citizenship." American flag waving in a brisk breeze. Sign in shop door reading: E.T. Krolikowski, Prop." Inside, visible through the glass door is a small banner reading,"God Bless America, We are proud to be AMERICANS." A sign in a restaurant window advertises Polish Kolbasy." It also displays a small banner reading: "God Bless America, its great to be an AMERICAN." Writing in window identifies Laniewsky's barber shop and shows a small striped shield stating: "This is AMERICA." Sign in Hungarian, on door of Hungarian Weekly newspaper reads: Editorial Office of "EGYETERTES Concord, SZERKESZTOSEGE" (Memorandum of Understanding Concord, Editorial)
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