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Life in Wartime: 1942

Life in Wartime: 1942

Pittsburgh, August 1942. "The comforts of home looked pretty good to Navy Radioman John Marshall Evans and Sergeant French L. Vineyard, who spent Sunday with the family of their poster colleague George Woolslayer." Medium format negative negative by Alfred Palmer for the OWI. View full size.


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My Grandparents

Googled my last name and was absolutely delighted to see my father's parents. I never knew this photo existed. For reference sake their names were Ethel Householder Woolslayer and George Anthony Woolslayer Sr.

[There are 48 more Woolslayer photos in the Library of Congress archive. And a couple more here on Shorpy. - Dave]

French Vineyard?

I never thought I'd see a name to top Olive Groves (heard below), but that might just be it.

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