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Sometime in 1968, C. W. Bowman took care of a young Vietnamese boy. He picked him up off the streets in Saigon during the Tet offensive (January-September of 1968). The boy’s family had been killed and he was living on the street. Charles Bowman bought him a uniform and fed him at the Company area.


A wheat field in France.

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Scene along country road in northern France.

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Factory under construction in northern France.

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Wheat field in France.

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Full coal cars in northern French coal mine.

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Wheat field in northern France. In the background, coal mine and huge slag heap.

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Construction of exhibit barges and trailers for the mobile caravan exhibit prepared by the Visual Information Unit of the Information Division, ECA/OSR, Paris.

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Scene along the road in northern France.

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Construction of exhibit barges and trailers for the mobile caravan exhibit prepared by the Visual Information Unit of the Information Division, ECA/OSR, Paris.

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