Lilliput Magazine October-November 1952 (Illustrator Peter Scott Featured)


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E. B. White | Updated Oct 06 2019 Media sources (1) About content Print Sergeant Angell (a New Yorker editor), November 13, 1929 (died July 20,. White was the most valuable person on the magazine," Thurber wrote... White's next children's book, Charlotte's Web, was published in 1952... Elledge, Scott. Sally Wood-Lamont, "W.T. Stead's Books for the Bairns" | W.T. ... This magazine, illustrated by many of his own pen sketches, was privately circulated. One innovative feature was that the interview became standard practice. In October 1883 Stead promoted the anonymous pamphlet "The Bitter Cry of.. Robertson Scott, J.W., The Life and Death of a Newspaper, (London 1952), p.

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Neal Adams' Monsters, the long-promised story featuring Frankenstein, the He began to work for the Eagle in 1952, drawing the French Foreign Legion strip Luck.. His first published work was a cartoon in Lilliput magazine, and his first strip Peter Andrews was active as an artist and illustrator in Bristol for many years