Leather World Atlas, 1943 Rand McNally & Company, Readers Edition, War Zones. Monogrammed with the name W.D. Smith in Gold Lettering Measures 10 1/2 tall, 7 wide and about an inch thick. Leather bound Atlas, by Rand McNally & Company. Great readers edition to include the War Zones in color. This one was monogrammed W.D. Smith. On the back, it reads Xmas Greetings 1943 by Superior Paper Products Co out of Pittsburgh and Mt. Wolf, PA Collectible atlas, displays very well. Issue...
This Vintage Liberty Magazine March 13 1943 with Army Nurses cover contains historical data and photos of wartime in the US, specifically WW 2. It features a full color front cover of a Army nurse in
http://ww2today.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/pig-food-collection.jpg Pig Food: Women’s Voluntary Service Collects Salvaged Kitchen Waste, East Barnet, Hertfordshire, England, 1943. A full-length portrait of Kathleen Kent, carrying a pig bin on her shoulder, on a sunny street during her daily rounds. Kathleen is the head of the pig food collection unit at East Barnet.
Jake Lamotta Signed 16X20 Photo - (Knocking Sugar Ray Robinson Through Ropes February 1943)
General Motors FM-2 "Wildcat" fighter. (Bureau # 15953, the second production FM-2). Undergoing flight testing, circa late 1943. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives collection: 80-G-224669.
Essential Art House: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp [Criterion Collection] [DVD] [English] , 14262876
Essential Art House: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp [Criterion Collection] [DVD] [English] 
Native American San Ildefonso Black Ware Bowl, by Maria and Julian Martinez #235. Priced at $4,400, at 4 1/2" tall, from https://culturalpatina.com/collections/american-southwest-pottery/products/native-american-bowl-native-american-san-ildefonso-black-ware-bowl-by-maria-and-julian-martinez-235
Scovill Condenser Tubes, 1943 Designer Ladislav Sutnar (1897-1976) Client Scovill Manufacturing Company, USA The inside spread makes product choices simple via a design of visual impact and logical organization. As art director for Sweet’s Catalog Service (1941-60) and a freelance consultant, Sutnar and his team designed numerous industrial catalogs and pioneered the way for clear and practical information design.