Eve Ganson was an artist, author, and poet who was a resident of Los Angeles, California circa 1930. This collections contains
ink drawings and manuscript pages for
Desert Mavericks: Caught and Branded illustrated and written by Eve Ganson and published in 1928.
Eve Ganson was an artist, author, and poet who was a resident of Los Angeles, California circa 1930. Articles she wrote about
French fashion were published in Vogue magazine in 1914. She illustrated French Heels to Spurs, a book by Loraine Hornaday Fielding, published in 1930. Ganson also authored and illustrated the books, Horn, thorn, tooth and claw; who's who on the Arizona desert, rhymes and caricatures and Desert mavericks, caught and branded. Both books were published in 1928 and feature Ganson's humorous depictions of Arizona wildlife.
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