World Trade Center Construction Site, Truck Delivering a Crane
Black and colored porous-tip pens on two sheets of ivory paper, taped together, and mounted onto a larger sheet of heavy white paper featuring a print of the New York skyline on the verso
Sheet: 21 3/16 x 13 11/16 in. (53.8 x 34.8 cm)
Inscribed at middle left in blue porous-tip pen: "DRIVER OF THIS TRUCK / CAME OVER TO WATCH ME / DRAW, AND WHEN HE FOUND / OUT I WAS FROM HARTFORD / HE SAID HE HAD DRIVEN A HUGE CRANE TO HARTFORD / TO BE USED ON STEEL / ERECTION FOR A BANK ON / PEARL STREET - UNTIED / BANK! SMALL WORLD - I DREW THAT CRANE!"; below: VIEW OF ALUMINUM TRIM / APPLIED TO COLUMNS ON THE / NORTH FACE OF THE NORTH / TOWER"; at lower left: "4/8/70"
Gift of the Richard Welling Family
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