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Plato's office staff for Wake and Midway Halls; Samuel Plato, contractor, and part of his office staff at their field headquarters for the construction of Wake and Midway Halls, now being completed for 1,000 Negro women war workers in Washington, D.C.; Left to right [clockwise]: Zelda S. Wilson, Mildred Dunn, Wilhelmena Barnett, Mrs. Elnora Plato (wife of the contractor and his chief accountant), Mr. Plato and Frances Purdy, March 1943.

Image ID: 1213440

Plato's office staff for Wake and Midway Halls; Samuel Plato, contractor, and part of his office staff at their field he... (1943)

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:  Plato's office staff for Wake and Midway Halls; Samuel Plato, contractor, and part of his office staff at their field headquarters for the construction of Wake and Midway Halls, now being completed for 1,000 Negro women war workers in Washington, D.C.; Left to right [clockwise]: Zelda S. Wilson, Mildred Dunn, Wilhelmena Barnett, Mrs. Elnora Plato (wife of the contractor and his chief accountant), Mr. Plato and Frances Purdy, March 1943.

Creator

: Smith, Roger -- Photographer

Additional Name(s)

: United States. Office of War Information -- Sponsor

Created Date

: 1943

Medium

: Photographic prints

Specific Material Type

: Photographs

Item/Page/Plate

: 9-60

Notes

: Occupations WW II - Industry - Women Factory Workers - Pairs / Groups 34896

Source

: Occupations. / War industry.

Location

: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture / Photographs and Prints Division

Digital ID

: 1213440

Record ID

: 487457

Digital Item Published

: 6-2-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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