Frank Adams (artist)

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Frank Adams (1914 – 1987) was an American artist. Starting as an engineering draftsman during World War II, he was known for book illustrations, cartoons, and paintings.[1]

Adams is noted for The Home Front, which was first published in 1944. The book is filled with cartoons capturing the can-do spirit of men and women often working side by side for the war effort—welding, riveting, riding around on fork lifts.