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Thanks, Jack, for your comment. Certainly there was more illustrative talent available in those years. The great advances of later years in print reproduction helped photography replace illustration when time and cost influenced decision makers. Then there was LIFE magazine which became a promotional showcase for its stable of excellent photographers.

Jack r

Spectacular illustrations! What's the need for photography with such abundant talent. Thank you for sharing this

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