Private First Class Robert H. Clark, of the 306th Bomb Group, prepares bombs ready for loading into a B-17 Flying Fortess. Image stamped on reverse: ‘Copyright Current Affairs Ltd.’ [stamp], ‘Passed for Publication 16 Dec 1942. [stamp] and ‘238771.’ [Censor no.] Printed caption on reverse: '"Things over here are under control, and if you folks back home back us, we'll be back", said 22 year old P.F.C. Robert H. Clark, of 307-155th Street, Calumet City, Ill. We're glad to hear things are under control - especially that man-sized bomb Robert is handling at an Army Air Corp station somewhere in England. His financee, Miss Shirley Mear, 2456 James Street, Blue Island, will be glad to hear it too, and fellow employees from F.W.Woolworth, where Robert was a stock clerk in pre-war days. Robert is a graduate of Hammand High School, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark, of the above address.'
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