World War II

Alfred Watson was kept on the home front during the Great War due to the critical nature of his civilian job inspecting factories producing fuel for the Allies.  Determined to serve in some way, he took pictures for the government of the Red Cross Visiting Nurse Program as well as patriotic civilian activities and parades.

SHORE LEAVE

Navy men pose for a picture

BUY BONDS

The sign on the local bank

BABY’S BATH

A visiting Red Cross nurse