Lie: On the Job for Victory 1918



Jonas Lie On the Job for Victory 1918. Shipyard bursting with activity and color is evidence of America’s strenuous war effort which played catch up with German heavy industry in the 20 months that the U.S. was at war. This crucial aspect of industrial catch up played out during wartime repeated itself during World War II. 38×56 near mint, conservation backed.

Bibliography.  Peter Paret et al. Persuasive Images, page 114. Walton Rawls Wake Up, America! page 186-187.