Portrait of Noah Smith

Noah Smith April 22, 1945, USS La Vallette crew member.

WWII shipmate, “Snuffy” Smith, introduced George S. Eisenberg to chewing tobacco while sitting on the fantail of the USS LaVallette.  George claims he didn’t particularly like the dizzy feeling, choosing paper and pencil over tobacco. This portrait of his friend Noah was done while they were stationed in Subic Bay, Luzon Philippines in 1945.

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2 Responses to Portrait of Noah Smith

  1. Tim De los Reyes says:

    Julie, please tell George that every time I visit his site, I am amazed at how his sketches come alive. The world he was immersed in becomes so vivid with the glimpses afforded by his pencil. I’m so thankful that he took the time to draw what he observed, and just as thankful that you, Julie, are there to put his work online and share it with the world. 🙂

    – Tim De los Reyes

  2. Bill Chessman says:

    It is great to see and read these entries. I have not been on in a while and always share this site with my Dad’s grandsons. As always, great work and I hope all is well for you. Bill Chessman

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