American Red Cross aide Dorothy “Dot” Nielson, sits playing a guitar for three members of the Tenth Mountain Division from the Quartermasters Battalion: T/5 Arnold Carpenter (left), T/Sergeant Wilbert Rittmueller (kneeling), and T/5 Bennie Levine as they eat doughnuts. The Red Cross automatic doughnut making machine is in the background, February 1945.
Red Cross Aide Playing Guitar, 1945
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