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General Electric 1943 Death Leaves A Fingerprint Corrosive Vintage Ad

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Original World War 2 business industry trade magazine vintage ad for GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY of Bloomfield, NJ. Death Leaves a Fingerprint. Probably it was hot and humid in the assembly room, that day when warm, perspiring fingers accidentally touched a tiny shaft. But the fingerprint remained, acid, corrosive. Just because of a fingerprint, a many may die. Another war job for air conditioning. Old 1943 WW2 era propaganda magazine advertisement.
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