Chicago: Beckley-Cardy Company, 1950. Set of twelve black-and-white posters, each depicting a different worker at their task: bricklayer, butcher, carpenter, fireman, grocer, librarian, lineman, milkman, newsboy, nurse, policeman, and postman. At the bottom of each page is a footnote assigning colors to use in each area. Other than the librarian and the nurse, the workers are all men, and according to the coloring footnotes, all "flesh-colored," just like the grocer's peaches.
Quarto. A remarkably bright set, held in publisher's printed envelope. Fine. Item #31535