Sunday, April 2, 2017

B O S S E S . . .

A Ralph Crane photograph of streaked light traffic
photo by Ralph Crane      This week's topic is BOSSESand it's the latest addition to
JOBS & OCCUPATIONS  (click the complete image TOPICS list, at page left)
       
B O S S E S
      
photograph of a 1958 hardwood office
a 1958 boss office with hardwood paneling and a 'putting' carpet
Click image twice for full size
   
B O S S E S
      
An 1889 chair of steer horns, illustration from a catalog
from an 1889 furniture catalog: the boss's chair   see full size
   
 B O S S E S
 
from a 1962 office furniture catalog
from a 1962 office furniture catalog, "I'm not important"
     
 B O S S E S
    
a plush comfortable office desk, color photograph
1950s: listen to music and take naps
    
B O S S E S
    
Jerry Lewis, boss's son, photograph
the old man himself
   
 B O S S E S 

a 1910s boardroom design by Peter Behrens
 A 1910s boardroom design by Peter Behrens   see full size
     
 B O S S E S

interview pod
1960's, electric and silly   see full size
     
B O S S E S
     
a cartoon by MAD's Don Martin
Don Martin for MAD Magazine
   
 B O S S E S
   
a 1966 business reception area color photograph
 a 1966 office reception area   see full size
       
B O S S E S

   
a 1958 boss's office photograph
1958: the boss pitched sales to his bigger clients inside
a boss office   see full size
 
  
B O S S E S
    
Boss as mentor
A boss can mentor an employee who shows more promise than the others
see full size
     
B O S S E S
     
a Wilhelm M.Busch drawing of boss and secretary
a Wilhelm M.Busch drawing   see full size
 In today's world she could be the boss, and he a slovenly assistant
       
B O S S E S
       
1973 computers photograph
1973: no employees, two bosses
     
B O S S E S
     
Disney's The Riveter poster from 1940 with Donald Duck
Disney's The Riveter from 1940   see full size
            
B O S S E S
     
a Heinrich Kley equestrian drawing
a Heinrich Kley drawing   see full size
    
B O S S E S
     
A color illustration of a 1960 metal desk
A 1960 boss:
"I hope we can do business! Our steel office furniture will CLUNG!! 
Sorry, my shoe touched the desk. Our steel products will SQUEEEeeeee!!
That sound? I swivelled my chair, why do you ask?"
   
 B O S S E S
   
a 1967 cartoon illustration of an overwhelmed boss
a 1967 magazine ad illustration   see full size
   
 B O S S E S
     
A Dick Sargent sequential magazine illustration
Realistically, when has any cat anywhere ever felt guilty about anything?
a 1950s sequential illustration by Dick Sargent
       
  B O S S E S
   
a J. Mahoney illustration for Oliver Twist
 a J. Mahoney illustration for Oliver Twist . . .
the boss is responsible for the business to operate within budget.
But does anyone care about the boss? Apparently the selfish boy does not.
Anyway that's the lesson in Oliver Twist.
  
  
  
  
COMPULSORY: click above to watch my office workplace animation
    

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