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Life in Wartime: 1942
... with the family of their poster colleague George Woolslayer." Medium format negative negative by Alfred Palmer for the OWI. ... For reference sake their names were Ethel Householder Woolslayer and George Anthony Woolslayer Sr. [There are 48 more Woolslayer photos in the Library of ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 09/11/2011 - 12:34pm -

Life in Wartime: 1942

Party Girl: 1942
August 1942. "George Woolslayer celebrated the visit of the soldier and sailor with a party at his ... Proudly seated on Sergeant French L. Vineyard's knee is Woolslayer's 8-year-old daughter, Georgia Ann, who stayed up long past her ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 09/11/2011 - 12:34pm -

Party Girl: 1942

A Swell Soiree: 1942
... at extreme left, reaches for a slice of the ham which Mrs. Woolslayer is serving. Sergeant Vineyard is wearing the paper hat. Allegheny ... Vineyard might be a remarkable (if unGoogleable) name, but Woolslayer is pretty amazing too. By the way, Wikipedia tells me the ... 
 
Posted by Dave - 09/11/2011 - 12:19pm -

A Swell Soiree: 1942
 
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