Alfred Bendiner caricatures and related papers 1929-1992

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Alfred Bendiner caricatures and related papers, 1929-1992

Alfred Bendiner caricatures and related papers 1929-1992

Architect, artist and author of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Alfred Bendiner (1899-1964) drew caricatures of concerts, the theater and other subjects for the and other periodicals. Philadelphia Evening Bulletin

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