polkbritton: Last Call: Waiting for instructions to take off. Washington D.C. municipal airport, July 1941.
polkbritton: Into the Blue: Airliners lined upon the field. Municipal airport, Washington, D.C., July 1941.
polkbritton: Silver Fleet: In the main waiting room of the municipal airport in Washington, D.C., July 1941.
polkbritton: Skylark: An airliner on the field seen through the window of the waiting room. Municipal airport, Washington, D.C. July 1941.
polkbritton: Globetrotters: Decoration on the floor of the waiting room in the municipal airport in Washington, D.C. July 1941.
polkbritton: Five o'clock Shadows: Crowds in the street at five o'clock in the afternoon, Chicago, Illinois. July 1941.
polkbritton: A WWII poster asking civilians to donate their cooking grease waste for making munitions. Circa 1943.
polkbritton: The Things They Carried: In the new home of a group of Florida migrant workers just arrived in Onley, Virginia, July 1940.
polkbritton: Comfort at CCC: View of the Colonial Cottage Court for tourists outside of Louisville, Kentucky, July 1940.
polkbritton: Gasoline Gal: Ms. Virginia Lively used to be a beauty operator. Today she works at a gas station -an example of how women are taking over jobs in wartime once occupied by men who are now in the service. Louisville, Kentucky. June 1943.
polkbritton: Michellin Woman: Ms. Virginia Lively used to be a beauty operator. Today she works at a gas station -an example of how women are taking over jobs in wartime once occupied by men who are now in the service. Louisville, Kentucky. June 1943.
polkbritton: Howard on the Air: Broadcast tower at Howard University during commencement exercises. Washington, D.C. June 1942.
polkbritton: Of a Fallen Angel: The Devil's Cauldron and the Oregon coast highway, features of the Resettlement Administration's recreation area which attract many tourists. Oregon, June 1936.
polkbritton: I, Too, Am America: Portrait of Mrs. Ella Watson, Government charwoman. Washington, D.C. August 1942.
polkbritton: A World War II poster reminding war workers to remain vigilant against Axis saboteurs.
polkbritton: Hall Monitor: The corridor between classes at Central High School. A teacher watching to see that the students keep in order. Charlotte Court House, Virginia, June 1943
polkbritton: Best Beer in Town: A cross roads store, bar, juke joint, and gas station in the cotton plantation area, Melrose, Louisiana, June 1940.
polkbritton: Pomp & Circumstance: Outdoor graduation exercises for 123 high school students in Keysville, Virginia. June 1943.
polkbritton: Keeper of the Flame: Portrait of a teacher at Central High School. Charlotte Court House, Virginia. June 1943.
polkbritton: Invasion!: Pedestrians watching news of the Normandy Invasion on an electric marquee near Times Square on D-Day, June 6, 1944. New York, New York.