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I've Found the Job Where I Fit Best. Find Your War Job in Industry - Agriculture - Business
Washington, DC: Office of War Information, 1943. 22-1/4 by 16 inches. OWI Poster no. 55. Poster depicting a woman in a headscarf and uniform operates a machine, perhaps a lathe. Despite the vast number of posters issued by government agencies during the Second World War, this is one of the few depicting women doing traditionally male jobs, like manufacturing. Not much has been written about the artist, but he produced many magazine and advertising illustrations. ISBN: 281AIB1017649.
Small bit of loss to one corner, else a fine, bright example. Folded twice, for mailing, as issued. Laid down on a stiff, archival paper backing. [JSP02; JSP04]Book ID: 78833More details Price: $400.00
She Goes to War and Other Stories
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929. 302 pages, plus  pages of ads. Photoplay edition, illustrated with scenes from the United Artists film. The title story is about a young woman who joins the "Y" and serves in France during the First World War. The other stories are Girl on a Barge, The River Pageant, and A Daughter of Today. ISBN: B002F8978G.
First edition (first printing). A very good copy in a very good dust jacket. Chipping to edges. The rear flap of the dust jacket has detached, but is still present.Book ID: 95653More details Price: $50.00