Ambulance for Red Cross

Ambulance for Red Cross
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Title: Ambulance for Red Cross

Caption: "Ambulance for Red Cross--Manual Training High School [later renamed John Jay High School and located at 237 Seventh Avenue] present an ambulance to the Red Cross in memory of former students killed in action. Left to right: Maj. Nana Rice (in ambulance) receives keys from Dr. Horace Mann Snyder, who was principal when the money was collected, Louise M. Harris of the faculty, William W. Barlow, principal, and Gladys Schmidt and Abraham Finegold of the faculty."

Date: 1944
Location: Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Downtown Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Park Slope (New York, N.Y.)
More Details: On verso: date stamped: Jun[e] 12, 1944; "Eagle staff photo."
Title from caption on verso.
Collection: Schools
Subject: Manual Training High School (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Institution: Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection.
Medium: Gelatin silver prints.
Photographic prints.
Rights: Copyright restrictions apply to the use of this image. For more information or to obtain a photographic reproduction of this image, contact the Brooklyn Collection at Brooklyn Public Library
ID: SCHL 1073