This is "The Fleet's In," a 1936 piece commissioned as part of the New Deal. After only a few weeks on display, the Navy Secretary had it removed . . . and installed for a time in his home. There's so much going on here that I don't know where to start. The blonde man in the suit is trying to pick up the Marine and offering him a cigarette over a passed out buddy. The two sailors at right seem more interested in each other than the floozies in front of them. And then there's an old lady at far left.