This is a set of two original 1940 color prints with portraits of eight World War II defense workers including: John Korsnak, machinist at the Bullard Co., Bridgeport, CT; Wilfred Taylor, Jr., apprentice machinist at Brown & Sharpe, Providence, RI; Allen Eggert, a semi-skilled worker at the Aluminum Co. of America, Niagara Falls, NY; John G. Benge, a precision optics grinding craftsman at Spencer Lens, Co., Buffalo, NY; Evans Budelman, engine assembler at Wright Aeronautical Corp., Paterson, NJ; John L. McGinnis, welder at the Bethlehem shipyards, Sparrows Point, MD; James McWilliams, foreman at Hercules Powder Co., Kenvil, NJ; and J. Roy Poet, a layout man. Each print measures 11 x 14 --please see both images. (Please note that there is printing on the reverse of each.)
This 71+ year old Item is rated Near Mint / Very Fine. No aging. No creases. No natural defects. No surface rub. No tears. No water damage. There is some very faint wrinkling in the corners --please see images.
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Type: Original Prints