Robert Weber was born in Los Angeles in 1924. He is a World War II veteran and a graduate of the Pratt Institute, and has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1962. He is also known for his custom illustration work, which has appeared in advertising and editorial media for a range of clients. Weber lives with his wife in Connecticut.
Published February 1, 1969
"There's no denying the profound impact all this has on the course of human life, but let's never forget one thing. It's still love that makes the world go round."
One worker to another in a large turbine type factory.
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