This 1940s framed tribute to "My Pop" was found in my parent's cedar chest where it spent it's entire life. A red haired boy dressed in a white collared shirt, belted blue shorts, dandy red & white cross hatched socks and black dress shoes is leaning against the arm of the father's arm chair. Leaning against the opposite arm is his sister, who has long blonde hair, red hair ribbon, white dress with blue polka dots and blue sash; her socks are white with red cuffs with dark mary jane shoes. Above the sentiment is the father's dark hair and wafting pipe smoke. The father is obscured to avoid bias so that this piece is applicable to more people. "My Pop" you have been, and "My Pop" you are, and "My Pop" you will always be, For no other words, and no other man, Ever - ever - ever- can, take the place of "My Pop" with me. Copyright MCMXLII (1942) by Cliff Knoble. I never got to meet my grandfather, but I heard about Pop all my life. I believe this was in memory of him. The frame is 6.75 inches x 7.75 inches of unfinished light wood. The back is sealed with paper. The original box survives in fair to good condition.
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