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Herron (Edwin Eugene) drawings
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American artist working under the name Copain. Depicts world leaders and revolutionaries. Used to illustrate the journal Intercontinental Press.
The artist Edwin Eugene Herron was born in Chinook, Montana, in 1907, and died in Fort Bragg, California, in 1984. Herron produced the artwork in this collection under the pen name Copain. He was a lifelong friend of Joseph Hansen and voluminous correspondence between Herron and Hansen will be found in the Joseph Hansen Papers in the Hoover Institution Library & Archives. The Edwin Eugene Herron Drawings were donated to the Hoover Institution Library & Archives by the Anchor Foundation in 2004.
7 manuscript boxes (2.8 Linear Feet)
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