S-160. Adrian (Michigan) Daily Telegram, 5 Nov 1942

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S-160. Adrian (Michigan) Daily Telegram, 5 Nov 1942 - IRON DOUGH BOY IN BATTLE DRESS fPHIS Iron Dough...
IRON DOUGH BOY IN BATTLE DRESS fPHIS Iron Dough Boy of World War II resembles 'A in appearance and design his "old man" of World War I—'"The Penning Locomotive," which was a familiar sight to the boys in France in 1917-1918. These new Army locomotives, which are being buUt by The Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa., have not as yet been tagged with a name to famous as their parent, "The Pershing Engines" of 1917. Standing alongside of the first of a large number of the new Army locomotives constructed at Baldwin are (left to right) Col E, F. MacFadden, Maj. J. W. Marsh, the. officer responsible for the present design, and CoL W. G. Knight, all of the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army., 1

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 05 Nov 1942, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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