David Rose (b. 1910) was a layout artist Walt Disney Studios (1936-40), served with Signal Corps, U.S. Army (1943-45), illustrator
and designer at various film and television studios (1945-60), and an instructor at Otis Art Institute and various other universities
and art societies. The collection consists of scripts, storyboards, drawings, photographs, publicity, and ephemera related
to David Rose. The bulk of the collection includes scripts, storyboards, and ephemera from the series
Rose was born in Malden, Massachusetts on March 10, 1910; BS, MA College of Art (1934); exhibited in one man and group exhibit
shows; layout artist Walt Disney Studios (1936-40); served with Signal Corps, U.S. Army (1943-45); illustrator and designer
at various film and television studios (1945-60); he started his career as artist-reporter for court trials and news events
for television, newspapers, and magazines in 1971; instructor at Otis Art Institute and various other universities and art
3 boxes (1.5 linear ft.)
9 oversize boxes
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