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Photographs of industrial housing and recreation programs at Players' House in Camp Dix, and the Industrial War Service Center in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Players' House provided housing and home-like accommodations for actresses. The Industrial War Service Center in Bloomfield served women employed in nearby industry during the war providing leisure and food service as part of their program.
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World War I: Housing and recreation, New Jersey, Sophia Smith Collection, MS 0324, Smith College Special Collections, Northampton, Massachusetts.