Edward A. Wilson Papers 1915-1963

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Edward A. Wilson Papers, 1915-1963

Edward A. Wilson Papers 1915-1963

Spanning 1915 to 1963, the comprises biographical material, correspondence, artwork, writings, and memorabilia of the Scottish-born illustrator, lithographer, and painter (1886-1970). The collection illuminates Wilson's artistic career, which ranged from book and magazine illustration to the design of advertisements, bookplates, magazine covers, postage stamps, and war posters. Edward A. Wilson Papers

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