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Caption (Original Description)

New York, New York. The War Emergency Board of the fur industry formed a fur vest project. Various fur factories donate the services of their employees one day a week to make fur-lined vests for the Merchant Marine. The fur is all from voluntary donations from the public: women's fur coats, hunters' caps, etc., from mink to lapin. This worker is piecing together a lining and stitching it

Photographer

Marjory Collins

Classification (Original Tagging System)

Lot Number (Shooting Assignment)

246

Call Number (Library of Congress)

LC-USW3-013073

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