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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 30, 1918, Image 69

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The completed building of the American Red Cross is one of the handsomest structures 1
in Washington. Though it was of ample size for pre-war needs, it has been necessary to
provide several times its floor space in additional temporary quarters back of the perma
nent building.
This is the board of directors which takes charge of and operates or disposes of Ger
man-owned property in the United States. Prom left to right: Homer A. Dunn, director
bureau of audits; Fred J. Home, director bureau of trusts; Lee C. Beadley, general coun
sel; J. E. McCloskey, assistant general counsel; J. L. Davis, managing director; John E.
Cooper, assistant director bureau of audits; A. Mitchell Palmer, alien property custodian;
Mansfield Terry, assistant general counsel; Norman B. Dreher, director bureau of adminis
tration, and Robert T. Scott, secretary to the custodian.
(Copyright by Haiti* & Ewfuie. >
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Mrs. June* Thomson of New Orleans, formerly Miss Genevieve Clark,
daHgriitfr gf the Speaker of the House, and her baby, Champ Clark Thomson.
She and the baby are spending the summer in and near Washington.
(Oapirifht krlluria 4 Bwiag.1
Queen Elizabeth of Belgium (at right) inspecting one of
the colored quilts and knitted garments made by children of
the Dennison Public School, this city, and Washington women
for little tots in her orphanage behind the battle lines. Mrs.
Ralph Norton (at left), who carried the quilts to the queen.
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The night eyes of the U. S. Army forces. This elevating attachment hoe
shown is used in case the lights are hidden behind trees, walls or bushes for
die purpose of concealing them from enemy airplane observers. This photo
was made at the mobile anti-aircraft section of the Engineering Corps, Wash
ington barracks, Washington, D. C.
(Photo by Central Newt Photo 8ervico.)
By Margaret E. Sangster.
It's awful lonesome on th' beach since daddy went away,
I jus' sit an' think an' think of how we used ter play?
There's no one near ter jounce me up, or dip me in th' sea;
It seems as if tiler's nothin' lef upon th' world but me!
It's awful lonesome on th' tyeach since daddy went ter war;
I never knew how much my daddy meant to me before,
For now there's not a thing ter do but sit an' watch th' sea.
An' cry an' wonder when hell come a-sailin' back ter me J
(Photo by Out nil News Photo Servlc* )
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Norton, Americans
who have done wonderful relief work for Bel
gian orphans and soldiers. They are shown here
distributing comforts to their little charges.
A new photograph of Miss Katherine
Stinson, America's most famous woman
(Copyright bj Harris * Bwtac.)

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