Left to right, standing: Lt. Charles R. Codman, 96 Aero Sqdrn, 59 Marlborough St., Boston St. Henry Carvill Lewis, 51 Cliveden Ave. Germantown, Pa.; Lieut. Robert G. Browning, 1911 Girard Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. Sitting: the famous Capt. James Norman Hall, Colfax, Iowa, author of "Kitchener's Mob," High Adventure, etc.; Former tommy in British army for two years, Lafayette Escadrille flier and American army captain captured after German shell hit his motor and crashed his machine. Capt. Hall was captured unconscious and with both legs broken, at the ankle. He now limps. He wears the Crois de Guerre, Medaille Militaire and Reforme ribbon. He holds model of aeroplane made by French internes in Switzerland whose products are marketed in America by the ARC all four were assisted in "escaping" from Germany (Landshut prison camp) by a German officer
Title and notes from Red Cross caption card.
Group title: Prisoners, Germany.
Date based on date of negatives in same range.
Gift; American National Red Cross 1944 and 1952.
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Temp note: Batch 7