25 South Street - Lobby Mural
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Description (Scope and Content)
Includes black and white photographs of the mural inside the lobby at 25 South Street, SCI's headquarters from 1913-1967. Painted by Lt. Cmdr. Edmond James Fitzgerald , the 37-foot mural depicted the role of merchant mariners in the World War II Normandy invasion. In addition to views of the mural, represented under this subject are Capt. Percy H. Hauffman, 2Asst. Engr. Francis E. Rack, Alexander Waigant, Sten Nordh, L. Gordon Hamersley, Robert A. Constantine, and Clarence G. Michalis at the unveiling of the mural and the artist cleaning the mural.
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“25 South Street - Lobby Mural,” SCI Digital Archives, accessed March 20, 2023, http://seamenschurch-archives.org/sci/items/show/229.