Massimo Tessitori Posted November 11, 2021 Share Posted November 11, 2021 Hi all, Tapani is working on profiles of Soviet A-20, and now he is facing photos of a plane with the U.S. slogan 'We dood it' and many paintings that was delivered to SU. I've asked to Andrey Averin, that answered that this is a gift from Richard Red Skelton - an American comedian and actor, best known for his radio and TV shows of the period 1937-1971; in particular, for "The Red Skelton Show". He added four links: http://ava.org.ru/bap/1gm.htm# https://bellabs.ru/51/Photos/1GMTAP_WeDoodIt-01.html https://bellabs.ru/51/Additions/Article_Pravda-277.html https://ok.ru/nashiioni/topic/63553187897416 Now, this photo shows a lot of strange marks, probably of American origin. Increasing the contrast, I think to see: a light 32, an horizontal line and an angled one on the oval on the nose; the painting of a sort of painting and a dark-skinned woman behind it, and her legs and skirt under the painting; close to it, the head of a blonde woman; a round with a sort of clover inside a circle. Could these be marks of fuel, oil firms, or any sort of mark of a firm or association? Can anyone recognize any of the marks? Regards Massimo 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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