AMERICANS IN BRITAIN: THE ARRIVAL OF THE CIVILIAN TECHNICAL CORPS, BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND, 1941
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New recruits to the Civilian Technical Corps (CTC) dress in the room of their billet, probably at Annerley Court Hotel, Bournemouth. Left to right they are: Henning (Champaign, Illinois), tying his shoelace; B Shapiro (Chicago), putting his trousers on; and Gates (Brooklyn, New York), looking in his kit bag.