|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Color photo showing Detroit-Windsor Tunnel bus passengers going through the U.S. Customs and Immigration checkpoint. The view shows three passengers who are speaking with two customs agents. A heavy brass railing is visible in the foreground with overhead signs to designate lanes for passenger arrivals. Overhead lights and office windows can be seen in the background. A typewritten label on the verso shows "Left to right (as they posed) Gordon Griffiths, inspector, Mr. & Mrs. George A. Richardson, their daughter, Marguerite, and Ernest Palmer, inspector. First bus passengers to reach Detroit from Windsor." A black ink stamp shows "Photographer Herrmann, Reporter Cousins." A blue ink stamp shows the date, "Nov. 4, 1930."|
Richardson, George A.
|Print size||8" x 10"|
Customs and Immigration
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