The U.S. Secretary of State, who is offstage director for the Dumbarton Oaks conference on postwar security is shown in this excellent portrait by Karsh. Secretary Hull welcomed the delegates to Washington. Last week, Mr. Hull talked with John Foster Dulles, Dewey’s foreign affairs adviser. The two agreed on many points but Mr. Dulles came away insisting that a “nonpartisan discussion” of foreign policy was a proper part of the coming campaign.
Sept. 4, 1944
Cordell Hull is the cover feature of this week’s Life magazine.
Alfred Eisenstaedt celebrates 15 years as a photojournalist.
In a feature on which city has the most pretty girls, a photographer snaps photos at Hollywood and Vine.
This week’s Hollywood feature is Jeanne Crain, 19, a graduate of Inglewood High School.
Here is Alfred Eisenstaedt’s photograph of Hitler meeting Mussolini for the first time.