Archivist Update: Glass Negatives

Happy faces of some of the 4,000 Basque refugee children from Bilbao, Spain in camp at Stoneham, near Southampton, England on May 24, 1937. A “canvas village,” complete with church, has been arranged for them by the National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief. (AP Photo)

Happy faces of some of the 4,000 Basque refugee children from Bilbao, Spain in camp at Stoneham, near Southampton, England on May 24, 1937. A “canvas village,” complete with church, has been arranged for them by the National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief. (AP Photo)

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