photo size: 7" x 9"
March 27, 1940
New York City
She's Nations Only Night Watchwoman
A young lady by the name of Guin Kilpatrick added one more to the number of fields of human endeavors being invaded by the fair sex, when she assumed the duties of night watchwoman of the Tailored Woman building on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Miss Kilpatrick, who works from midnight to 8:00A.M., claims to be the first night watchwoman in the country. She is 24 years of age, and 120 pounds of determination. But, here is Guin reverting to the eternal feminine as she pretties up a bit between rounds. If and when a burglar does show up, he may be a dashing villain, and a girl just has to look her best.
$90 un-matted - $140 matted* - $325 framed**
*All matted photographs come standard in acid free white archival mat board with black core with 3-4" borders and open cut mat on back to display historical documentation. Custom mat board available at additional cost.
**All framed photographs come with standard matting, conservation glass, open cut mat on back
displaying historical documentation, and black Larson Juhl wood frame.