Robert Curtis Wilson was an artist,
teacher and author who earned his bachelors and masters degrees from San Fernando Valley
State College, which later became California State University, Northridge. The collection
consists of multiple pen and ink drawings done by Wilson in the 1950s and 1970s.
Robert Curtis Wilson was born in Sullivan, Indiana in 1926. After serving in the Army in
World War II, he moved to Granada Hills and attended San Fernando Valley State College,
which later became California State University, Northridge. Wilson earned his bachelor's and
master's degree from San Fernando Valley State, and then taught art at Northridge Junior
High School, Pierce College, and State University College in Buffalo, New York.
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