These photos were attached (by a previous owner) to a 15x19 sheet of rigid black Sintra board with double-stick tape. We tried separating the photos from the board by using Bestine solvent but were unsuccessful so it would be best to frame the montage as-is. The actual prints do not have watermarks.
Louis region for the city's newspaper outlets from 1911 to the 1950s, helped the war effort in WWI with aerial mapping, was a color photography innovator and even invented a monoplane. Designed and built in 1911 pioneered the fixed-wing aircraft configuration with a single mainplane (in contrast to biplanes of the era) which became the most common structure of aircraft after the 1930s. American entry into WWI led Froelich to put his talents and skills to wartime use.He began taking aerial photographs from wing-mounted cameras that he improvised to fit given situations and flight conditions, helping the US Army Signal Corps develop terrain maps of Europe. After the War, Froelich worked as a beat photographer for St. Louis newspapers, including the St.
Louis Globe-Democrat, and the St. He eventually managed the photography team which gave him access to a wide range of subject matter and the ability to experiment with action photography and the evolution of color techniques. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Photographs". The seller is "goodchoice" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.