Chicago girls paint kegs to collect money for Allied food relief in Chicago, Illinois during World War I.
Chicago Illinois USA Date:1918 Duration:45 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Chicago girls collect money for Allied food relief in Chicago, Illinois during World War I. The painted kegs kept in a line. The girls stand behind the kegs. The girls stand in a group and paint the kegs. The girls stand in a line painting the kegs. The girls talks to each other. A girl holds a poster in her hands which reads 'Food'. The kegs kept in front of a shop. A man puts money in a keg. A girl holds a keg which reads 'Food For France'.
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