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    Going down, pardner? [picture]
    Photograph | [Brooklyn Eagle] | 1945
    Available (EAGL 0426)
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    1 photographic print : black & white, gelatin silver ; 8 x 10 in.
    paper 8 x 10 in.
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    Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection.
    On verso: date stamped: Feb. 18, 1945.
    Retouched; grease pencil cropping marks.
    Caption: "Going down pardner? Joan Crosby of the Eagle staff inspects one of the diving suits to be used by underwater welders during the Eagle's Navy Yard Exhibit. Through portholes, visitors will be able to watch the underwater welding, as practiced in the Navy Yard, and talk to the divers by a special communications system."
    Title from caption on verso.
    Brooklyn Eagle.
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