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Five letters from Lincoln MacVeagh, President, of Dial Press, 1924-1932, regarding dust jacket publication of various wood-cuts (one with an illustration, "On Top of Tobin"); ten letters from Dial's Acting Editor, Marianne Moore, 1926-1929; and two woodblock cull prints for the dust jackets of Mike Evan's Place and At Top of Tobin.
Julius J. Lankes letters and prints, 1924-1932. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 5048 (fr. 158-178) available for use at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Julius J. Lankes papers also located at: Dartmouth College.
Printmaker, illustrator; Hampton, Virginia. Also known as J.J. Lankes.
Donated 1989 by Lankes' son, J.B. Lankes.
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