With the 35th Bombing Squadron RAF in Southern California

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With the 35th Bombing Squadron RAF in Southern California

Description

Photograph 1 is a street view captioned 'Looking East on Pacific Avenue, Long Beach'.
Under a caption of 'With the "35th" Bombing Squadron, R.A.F., in Southern California. The following is a pictographic review of your activities and recreation around and about the Sixth Ferrying Group, Long Beach, Los Angles and Vicinity'
Photograph 2 is some airmen seated listening to an officer talking. Behind is a line of airmen and their Lancasters. It is captioned 'A.M. Sir Norman Bottomley says "Hallo". The silver haired gentleman seated next to the Wingco is Sir C. Aubrey Smith.'
Photograph 3 is a group of airmen and two women standing next to a table, captioned ' Groupy cuts the cake (and what a cake) at the reception in the Officers Club'.
Photograph 4 is of four officers talking, captioned 'Herbert Marshall cracks a joke with the Wingco, the C in C and Jerry Dawson.'
Photograph 5 is a line of airmen in front of their Lancasters, captioned 'General view of the Parade'.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1946

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Format

Five b/w photographs on a scrapbook page

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SMathersRW55201v10027

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Citation

“With the 35th Bombing Squadron RAF in Southern California,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 29, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/9632.

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