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Caption (Original Description)

Coast Guard Auxiliary. Guardians of inland waters. "Hutch" Hutchins, a Salem, Massachusetts insurance broker, serves as commander of the Marblehead flotilla of the Coast Guard Reserve. Along with other members of the auxiliary, he finds time to contribute twelve hours a week to patrol duty as a temporary reservist

Photographer

Alfred T. Palmer

Lot Number (Shooting Assignment)

1967

Call Number (Library of Congress)

LC-USE6-D-010132

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