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Ed Young was born 11-28-31 in China, where he lived until attending college in the United States. He attended Art Center College in Los Angeles and the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. In 1951, Young became a naturalized citizen. Young later taught in the Visual Communications Department of Pratt Institute for seven years. Among the works illustrated by Young, The Emperor and the Kite was a Caldecott Honor Book in 1968 and The Girl Who Loved the Wind was in the Children's Book Showcase in 1973.

From the description of Ed Young papers, 1939-1997. 100 (University of Connecticut). WorldCat record id: 45916639

Epithet: DCL, poet

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Children's book illustrator and author, Ed (Tse-chun) Young was born in Tientsin, China in 1931 and emigrated to the United States when he was 20 years old. He studied at American universities and at the Art Center of College of Design and the Pratt Institute. He often uses the folklore and folktales of China for inspiration and captures the the feel of Chinese art in his illustrations. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the Caldecott Medal for Lon Po Po in 1990.Biographical Source: Something About the Author, vol. 122, p. 229-233.

From the description of Ed Young Papers 1967, undated. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 430839373

Epithet: LLD, author of 'Night Thoughts'

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Epithet: Dean of Salisbury

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creatorOf LETTER-BOOKS OF JOHN DODINGTON, Resident at Venice, with copies of various letters and papers concerning his post; 1670-1672, 1670-1672 British Library
creatorOf Young, Ed. Ed Young papers, 1939-1997. University of Connecticut, Homer Babbidge Library
creatorOf Ward, Lester Frank, 1841-1913. Correspondence, 1865-1913, "Weston" to "Zigno". Brown University Archives, John Hay Library
referencedIn Vol. xxii. (ff. 514). Home Correspondence Apr.-July, 1746.George II of England: Correspondence of the Duke of Newcastle, Sec. of State, etc.: 1727 -1760.: Diplomatic.includes:ff. 1, 249 Dr Thomas Parne: Letters to the Duke of Newcastle: 1742-1748. ... British Library
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creatorOf Young, Edward. Letter [manuscript]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn "THE FOUR ZOAS," by William Blake: the poem first published by Ellis and Yeats, The Works of William Blake, London, 1893, where it appears, under the title of "Vala," in vol. iii, with facsimiles of 19 pages. Holograph. A description of the MS. is gi..., 1797 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CXCVI. (ff. 436). General Correspondence 21 June-20 July, 1758.George II of England: Correspondence of the Duke of Newcastle, Sec. of State, etc.: 1727 -1760.: Home and Diplomatic.includes:ff. 1, 117, 383, 404 Newsletters From France: : A.D. 17... British Library
referencedIn Vol. xxv. (ff. 516). Home Correspondence Jan.-Apr. 1747.George II of England: Correspondence of the Duke of Newcastle, Sec. of State, etc.: 1727 -1760.: Diplomatic.includes:f. 1 Hans Willem Bentinck, 1st Earl of Portland: Correspondence with the Duk... British Library
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referencedIn Vol. xiv. Jan.-June, 1702.Israel Feilding, Commissary-General in Ireland, Commissioner for Victualling the Navy: Letters to J. Ellis: 1688-1707.J-Dawson: Letters to J. Ellis: 1701-1706.Benjamin Chetwood, of the Custom House, Dublin: Correspondence w... British Library
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referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 291). The 'Iliad'. Contains the Preface (ff. 2-14b), and the following books: I (ff. 17-28b), II (ff. 29-44), V (ff. 55-74b), VI (ff. 76-93), VII (ff. 94-104b), VIII (ff. 106-123b), IX (ff. 125-139b), X (ff. 141-154b), XI (ff. 156-182b), ..., 1707-1722 British Library
referencedIn Vol. III (ff. 239). The 'Odyssey'. Contains the following books: I (ff. 1-1lb), III (ff. 13-27), IV (ff. 28-38b), V (ff. 40-53), VII (ff. 55-69), IX (ff. 71-89), X (part; ff. 92-lllb), XIII (ff. 112-123), XIV (ff. 125-143), XV (part; ff. 145-152b), X..., 1712-1730 British Library
creatorOf OAC Review Index. MacDonald, OAC Review, v.29, no.3, Nov. 1916, p.1014-108. University of Guelph
referencedIn Vol. x. May-Dec. 1699.Benjamin Chetwood, of the Custom House, Dublin: Correspondence with J. Ellis: 1695-1705.Arthur Bushe: Letters to J. Ellis: 1689-1708.Elie Bouhéreau, MD Secretary to Lord Galway: Letters to J. Ellis: 1697-1704.: Fr.Israel Feildin... British Library
referencedIn Vol. xx. Undated.Benjamin Chetwood, of the Custom House, Dublin: Correspondence with J. Ellis: 1695-1705.Arthur Bushe: Letters to J. Ellis: 1689-1708.Elie Bouhéreau, MD Secretary to Lord Galway: Letters to J. Ellis: 1697-1704.: Fr.Israel Feilding, Co..., 1643-1720 British Library
referencedIn Vol. I, ff. 236.James Ingram, DD President of Trinity College, Oxford (1824): Annotations by(?): bef. 1826.includes:ff. 1, 11 Reverend Richard Tomkyns, of New College, Oxford: Letters to Rev. J. Warton: 1742, 1746.ff. 2, 177 passim Reverend Josep... British Library
referencedIn Vol. ix. July, 1698-April, 1699.H-May, Secretary to the Lords Justices of Ireland: Letters to J. Ellis: 1697-1701.Benjamin Chetwood, of the Custom House, Dublin: Correspondence with J. Ellis: 1695-1705.Arthur Bushe: Letters to J. Ellis: 1689-1708.El... British Library
creatorOf Young, Ed. Ed Young Papers 1967, undated. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
referencedIn (XII. ff. 264). Cos. Hertf. (T-Y). f. 3;-Hunt. f. 147;-Kent (A-D). f. 153.includes:ff. 3, 4 Temple Dinsley, Hitchin, Hertfordshire: Views of: 1832, n.d. ff. 3-146 County of Hertford: Drawings of churches, etc., in: 1809-1848. f. 5 Tewin, Hertfordsh..., 1787-1897 British Library
referencedIn VOL. II. 1. A[lexander] Pope to Mrs. Howard; Friday [Oct. 1727], f. 3. 2. The same to the Hon. George Berkeley; n.d., f. 5. 3. M[artha] Blount [of Mapledurham in Oxfordshire] to Mrs. Howard; n.d., ff. 6, 7, 9, 11. 4. [Allan, lst Lord] Bathurst to [th..., 1712-1766 British Library
creatorOf Young, George, First Lieutenant, -1909. Papers, 1861-1980. Atlanta History Center, Kenan Research Center / Cherokee Garden Library
referencedIn Vol. xvi. Jan.-Aug. 1703.Israel Feilding, Commissary-General in Ireland, Commissioner for Victualling the Navy: Letters to J. Ellis: 1688-1707.J-Dawson: Letters to J. Ellis: 1701-1706.Benjamin Chetwood, of the Custom House, Dublin: Correspondence wi... British Library
referencedIn SEVENTEEN original letters of Edward Young, D.D., author of the "Night Thoughts," to George Keate ; 29 May 1760-7 Oct. 1764. At the end is a letter of Mary Hallows on Dr. Young's death; 28 April, 1765. Paper; ff. 19. Quarto. Bequeathed by John Hender... British Library
referencedIn Smithsonian Institution. Office of the Secretary. Correspondence, 1865-1891 Smithsonian Institution Archives
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Bushey, Hertfordshire
Ardeley, Hertfordshire
Little Wymondley, Hertfordshire
Thorley, Hertfordshire
Wallington, Hertfordshire
Tring, Hertfordshire
Rochester, Kent
Walden, St Paul's alias Abbot's Walden
Kent, England
Wormley, Hertfordshire
Shenley, Hertfordshire
Thundridge, Hertfordshire
Great Wymondley, Hertfordshire
Watford, Hertfordshire
Brenchley, Kent
Walkern, Hertfordshire
Therfield, Hertfordshire
Rye House, Hertfordshire
Ware, Hertfordshire
Stagenhoe, Hertfordshire
Wigginton, Hertfordshire
Tittenhanger, Hertfordshire
Thorley, Hertfordshire
Bromley, Kent
Blackheath, Kent
Canterbury, Kent
Westmill, Hertfordshire
King's Walden, King's
Woodside, Hertfordshire
Watford, Hertfordshire
Tewin Water, Hertfordshire
Wyddiall, Hertfordshire
Watton, Hertfordshire
Widford, Hertfordshire
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
Wyddiall, Hertfordshire
Charlton, Kent
Totteridge, Hertfordshire
Middlesex, England
England
Tewin, Hertfordshire
King's Walden, King's
Theobalds, Hertfordshire
Totteridge, Hertfordshire
Bexley, Kent
Dover, Kent
Hertfordshire, England
United States
Thundridge, Hertfordshire
Dover, Kent
Wallington, Hertfordshire
Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
Darenth, Kent
Welwyn, Hertfordshire
Beckenham, Kent
Russia, Empire of, Asia
Virginia, Colony of, North America
Willian, Hertfordshire
Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
Twyford House, Hertfordshire
Barfreston, Kent
Stevenage, Hertfordshire
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Hagen, Prussia
Weston, Hertfordshire
Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire
Watton, Hertfordshire
Carthagena, Spain
Wadesmill, Hertfordshire
Deptford, Kent
United States of America
Wigginton, Hertfordshire
Little Wymondley, Hertfordshire
Walden, St Paul's alias Abbot's Walden
Huntingdonshire, England
Fletton, Huntingdonshire
Ware, Hertfordshire
Dover, Kent
Standon, Hertfordshire
Chislehurst, Kent
Walkern, Hertfordshire
Buckden, Huntingdonshire
Throcking, Hertfordshire
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Ashford, Kent
Stanstead Abbots, Hertfordshire
Westbrook Hay, Bovingdon
Cassiobury, Hertfordshire
Nottinghamshire, England
Temple Dinsley, Hitchin
Tring, Hertfordshire
Throcking, Hertfordshire
Wormley, Hertfordshire
Canterbury, Kent
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Light House Board
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Meteorology
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