FRAMER : PUSHING CART OF MATERIAL AND TOOLS : HAVANA, CUBA : PRESS PHOTO (1988)

This vintage press photo features an older Cuban worker pushing his work cart down the street in Havana, Cuba. The cart seems to contain tools and materials. A translation site could only tell me that the man worked with frames in homes. I am hypothesizing that he is a framer. A stamp on the photo’s reverse indicates that the photograph was taken in 1988 and belonged to “Bohemia Fotografia”. It is likely that this image was used by “Revista Bohemia”; Cuba’s oldest general consumer magazine. This photograph measures about 4 3/4″ x 7 1/8″ and is in excellent condition.

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READY TO WORK IN EGHAM, ENGLAND (OCCUPATIONAL RPPC)

OCCUPATIONALOCCUPATIONAL 1 This vintage real photo postcard is quite unique. The photograph features a gentleman wearing a long apron. He is obviously dressed for work but for what kind of work? Is he a butcher, baker, or candlestick maker? Perhaps he is a physician or possibly a photographer? He is dressed well, wearing a nice vest and neck tie. He looks quite intense as he poses for his portrait at the E Worsely-Benison studio in Egham, England.  (SOLD)

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