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8 Archival description results for Farewells

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ADB to Washington

Cartoon of Dr. Arthur D. Bloom literally 'sleeping on the plane' on his way to a conference in Washington. This is an unlikely spot to take a nap, but Dr. Bloom seems to be in quite a deep sleep. Caption says, "Preparation for The Great Conference: Sleep tight!"

H.H Off to Honolulu

  • Cartoon of "H.H.," or Howard Hamilton, on a plane to Honolulu. Dr. Howard seems to be defying normal airline rules by leaning out the airplane window mid flight to wave goodbye to his friends. Caption says, "Have a nice trip!!" Cartoon is signed by: AAA
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ADB Leaving for Washington

Cartoon of Arthur D. Bloom leaving for work on an airplane. His head is wrapped in a bandage surrounding the outer perimeter of his head, which is a common motif in cartoons of someone being or feeling ill.

A Lonely Man

Cartoon depicting a somber Dr. Arthur D. Bloom where the Bloom family is wishing him well with the caption reading, "Have a Nice Trip."

Bon Voyage

Cartoon of Dr. Awa waving goodbye to Arthur D. Bloom. This is the second comic in a series of three.

[Farewell Friend]

Cartoon of unidentifed subject waving goodbye to Arthur D. Bloom in a series of cartoons. This is the third comic in a series of three.

Doughtnut and coffee party for Dr. Morton

Doughnut and coffee party for Dr. Morton in supervision nurses' office on day before his departure, May 26, 1954. Dr. Morton was ABCC Interim Director November 1953-May 1954. Pictured are George [Hazelhurst], Mary [Sears], Jack Lewis, [Miss Betchelden], Dr. Morton, Jim Henderson ("on loan at ABCC from British(?) Army), Miss Sherwood, "me,", and Jeff Day (Australian photographer).

[Hula Away Howard]

Cartoon of a hula dancing Dr.Akio Awa. He is portrayed telling Dr. Howard to, "Have a nice trip!!" The caption reads, "On H.H. Going to CUD Conference in Honolulu." This is a reoccuring motif within the cartoons of saying farewell to work friends before they leave the research facility in Hiroshima for work travel.