A fighter plane and bomber plane on an airfield, likely James Spriggs Payne Airfield in Monrovia. The fighter on the left has a star emblem on the body. The bomber on the right has a large stripe painted from the cockpit along the left side.
Sign displaying info for the Executive Mansion Washman facilities in Monrovia, Liberia. The sign lists the four men running the washman facilities on Camp-Johnson Road. A building with several clothes lines is behind the sign.
Three columns of printed negative strips. Image descriptions from top to bottom, left to right. Image 1 & 2: Various aerial images of the residential portion of Monrovia near the Port of Monrovia. A grid of streets with blocks of houses and large buildings is visible against the edge of an open strip of land with a few roads and white sand. Image 3 & 4: Various aerial images of the Port of Monrovia as viewed from the oceanside. A large stretch of open land with a few roads leads to the waterfront. Several buildings and a long pier line the edge of the port. Industrial transport ships are docked along the pier. Image 5 & 6: Various aerial images of the Port of Monrovia as viewed from a distance on the oceanside. A transport ship is approaching the port. Large stretches of open land are visible behind the pier. Image 7: Aerial image of two stretches of open land forming a portion of the Port of Monrovia. Two edges of land have been shaped into perfect straight edges for piers and roads as part of the port. Image 8 & 9: Various aerial images of the Port of Monrovia with the ocean at the far end of the photo. Several roads lined with warehouses and industrial buildings line the sides of the open stretch of land. A large ship is docked at the pier. Image 10-12: Various aerial images of a bridge crossing the mouth of the Mesurado River as it empties into the ocean. The bridge is built on concrete pillars and has a road for driving.