Hickman, Albert Earl,
Collection size: 0.6 linear feet
Collection Summary: Letters received from the Pepsi Cola Company regarding an advertising gimmick by Hickman; a letter from Eleanor Freed; clippings; 2 books of printed commercial illustrations; 3 illustrated journals; a notebook of photographs of Hickman, Hickman's work, clippings, and letters; photographs of Hickman and his work; and ca. 200 sketches.
Biographical/Historical Note: Albert Hickman (1915-1990) was an illustrator from Houston, Tex.
Donated 1982 by Albert Hickman.
Microfilmed as part of the Archives of American Art's Texas project.
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