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Mail Art : An Annotated Bibliography

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This comprehensive bibliography lists nearly 2,200 sources (from 36 countries) of information on mail art from books, magazines, newspapers, and catalog essays between 1955 and 1989.
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Published July 28th 1991 by scarecrow
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John Held Jr. was an American cartoonist, wood block artist and illustrator. One of the best known magazine illustrators of the 1920s, Held created cheerful art showing his characters dancing, motoring and engaging in fun-filled activities. The drawings defined the flapper era so well that many people are familiar with Held's work today. He also produced woodcuts that depicted a Victorian era that ...more