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Gente que va y que viene

“A Soldier’s Farewell”, by Alfred Eisenstaedt. At Pennsylvania station in print magazine ad layout girl in leopard coat

On leave in NYC

New York City: LIFE Magazine - A soldier says farewell at Penn Station, December 1943

Robert Morgan, pilot of the B-17 bomber Memphis Belle --->>> Memphis Belle is one of my favorite movies of all time.

Robert Morgan, pilot of the bomber Memphis Belle --->>> Memphis Belle is one of my favorite movies of all time. I met him a number of years ago.

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Stanley Carson and his wife, Lollie, late He was a member of the Ordnance Co. and from Minnesota.

Connecticut, 1945.

updownsmilefrown: “A loved one is swept off her feet by a returning GI in the aptly named town of New Hope, Pennsylvania, ”

Waterproof Fabric, Corset, Shower Curtains, Scene, Vintage, Natural Life, Lovers, Showers, Love Birds

So true - MilitaryAvenue.com

11 Aug Newport News, Virginia, USA --- A military couple kiss goodbye passionately at Camp Patrick Henry in August 1945 as he gets on a train for a new placement.

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vintage everyday: True Romance – Vintage Photos Capture The Heartache of Wartime Farewells at The Pennsylvania Station, New York City in April 1943

kaitlin Penn Station, Second World War, 1940's.

Couple in Penn Station Sharing Farewell Kiss Before He Ships Off to War During WWII Photographic Print, By Alfred Eisenstaedt New York City NYC

life:  This image appeared on the April 19, 1943 issue of LIFE magazine. “A Soldier’s Farewell” (Alfred Eisenstaedt—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) #tbt #throwbackthursday (at Pennsylvania Station)

This image appeared on the April 1943 issue of LIFE magazine. “A Soldier’s Farewell” (Alfred Eisenstaedt—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images) (at Pennsylvania Station)

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