1943 Nov. 3
Kimmeridge (England) - Close-up of Maida Riggs applying shaving cream with a brush to the face of an unidentified United States Army Air Forces service member.
Maida L. Riggs Papers
1943 Nov. 11
Riggs, Maida L.
Corfe Castle (England) - Ruins of Corfe Castle, including walls and towers, atop a grassy slope.
Warminster (England) - Back side of brick buildings, with windows and stairs visible. The road goes through an opening entrance built into one of the buildings, barely seen at the edge of the photograph.
1943 Nov. 15
England - Jean Overturf, in her American Red Cross uniform, smiling as she looks off to the side.
Corfe Castle (England) - Road passing through an archway to Corfe Castle, seen rising above stone walls.
1943 Nov. 16
England - Army "peep" (jeep) towing the American Red Cross Clubmobile "Minneapolis." Handwritten on back: "Who said you couldn't tow a Clubmobile with a peep?"
Corfe Castle (England) - Corfe Castle, seen from above, and its village.
Corfe Castle (England) - The village of Corfe Castle, in Dorset. The Church of St. Edward, King and Martyr, and the Castle Tea Garden are visible.
England - Jean Overturf sits behind the wheel smiling through the doorway while Maida Riggs leans agains the door of an American Red Cross Clubmobile. Both wear trench coats.
England - Jean Overturf sits a bicycle gripping the handles and facing the viewer, gazing up past the camera.