Ad - Lockheed Aircraft Corporation - Dictaphone Corp.
for item Ad82
This is a very interesting advertisement dated April, 1945, for Lockheed Aircraft Corporation of Burbank, California. The top of the ad reads, "Der Gabelschwanz Teufel" which means "Fork-tailed devil" – or Lockheed P-38 Lightning. German pilots who had been lucky enough to escape its wrath named the plane. The ad includes some colorful action illustrations of the War that was still raging when this advertisement was printed.
The reverse side features advertising for Dictaphone Electronic Dictation by Dictaphone Corporation of New York. This illustrated comments at the top of the page how this machine will have Mr. Treasurer heading home on time or cute and clever!
The page measures 6 7/8" x 10". It is in very good condition and ready for matting and framing - no rips or tears other than the binding edge where the page was removed from the binding staples. There is some minor wear to the corners. Please note the small tear and fold on the lower binding edge. This damage was done when the book was bound at the publisher. The page could also be laminated so both sides can be enjoyed.
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