This vintage field drafting desk was originally owned and used by Fred M. Eisenzoph who worked as an illustrator for Popular Mechanics Magazine during the 1940s. Eisenzoph is credited for illustrating Popular Mechanics Magazine Volume 96 which hit the news stands on January 1st of 1947.
This drafting desk features remnants of work drawn by Eisenzoph across the surface. This piece of Chicagos industrial history measures 36" by 24". The maximum height of this drafting table measures 36" while the minimum height measures 26".
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JM - 101422 - 105141
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