I don't have photos of those. They were built only as temporary test antennas. I've done a lot of those often times built out of what ever wire scraps I have access to. My current antenna project is being built out of 9 AWG aluminum wire from a dismantled Hi-VHF+UHF Bowtie-In-Loop experiment. The antenna worked quite well better then expected on UHF. I'm well aware 9 AWG aluminum is not the correct way to build that antenna.
I also have a terrible problem when it comes to computers, cameras, photos, saving photos, finding saved photos, and posting photos.
The Winegard TVMAN UVSJ was most likely built to allow an old TV with separate UHF/VHF tuners and antenna terminals to be hooked up to that new coax when coax started being used to feed all band antennas. If I knew how to use a camera and post a photo I have 2 of those UVSJs in the junk box here.
Guess What! I didn't dismantle that antenna. I just found it. Photo coming. Keep in mind this antenna was not built for anything more then a temporary test. I took it out set it up on the test stand 7 feet off the ground, and was quite pleased with the results.
I'll see if the photos worked.