Two soldiers sending mail in Atlanta, Georgia, 1946. The woman’s pin identifies her as a U.S.O. lounge volunteer.
Reba Wayne Williams, a Southland school teacher, urges others to join army of 40,000 volunteers needed to accept contributions to 1954 Heart Fund on St. Valentine’s Day, which has been designed Heart Sunday. Miss Williams was once given only hours to live but heart operation saved her life.
A man dressed as Santa Claus fundraising for Volunteers of America on the sidewalk of street in Chicago, Illinois, in 1902. He is holding a sign that says “Help the Volunteers of America send Santa down 10,000 chimneys for Chicago’s poor people”while wearing a mask with a beard attached.