U.S. sailors stand in a chow line and take food from trays and platters at Naval Station Great Lakes
Great Lakes Illinois USA Date:1917 Duration:2 min 17 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Food for U.S. Navy sailors in training in the United States during World War I. At the Naval Station Great Lakes training facility, sailors seen near a large bin. A sign on the bin reads: 'The quickest way to reach a man's heart is through his stomach'. The sailors get plates from the bin and stand in a chow line. They choose food from trays and platters. Workers behind counters place food on plates as the sailors pass. Officers in a hall. Pictures on a wall. Men walk past. Officers, one with a notepad and a pencil in hand, watch a kitchen worker working out on a punching bag. A seaman poses on steps with a cut-out of the Statue of Liberty.
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