Just picked these up Thursday. They were published as supplements to The Chicago Sun.
They are 10-1/4" X 15". The one pictured is GENERAL GEORGE C. MARSHALL
from Sunday, May 24,1942.
Other that I got are --
(1)ADMIRAL ERNEST J. KING, Chief of Naval Operation, United States Navy -
Sunday, May 17,1942
(2)Lieutenant-General H. H. ARNOLD, Commander-in-Chief U.S.Army air Force - Sunday, July 12,1942
(3)Admiral WILLIAM D. LEAHY, Chief of Staff to the Commanding Chief -
Sunday, August 16, 1942
(4)Major-General CARL SPAATZ, Commanding General, U. S. Army Air Forces
in British Isles,Sunday, August 30, 1942
(5)Major- General RUSSELL MAXWELL, Commanding General Air Forces in
Middle East - Sunday, September 29. 1942
(6)Lieutenant-General BEN LEAR, Commanding General, Second Army, Hdqrs.
in Memphis, Tenn. Sunday, October 4, 1942
But the one that really caught my eye is a double supplement from Sunday, October 11, 1942 picturing Lt. JACK DEMPSEY, U.S. Coast Guard Stationed at Manhattan Beach, N. Y. Took heavyweight title from Jess Willard following their bout on July 4, 1919, Toledo, Ohio and Commander GENE TUNNEY, U.S.N. - Became Heavyweight Champion after defeating Jack Dempsey on Sept. 23, 1926,
in Philadelphia, Pa. Retired undefeated July 31, 1928
Of course these are NOT true non-sports cards. I just hope you enjoy this type
of related material as much as I do.