C. Clyde Squires papers, 1904-1974

Squires, C. Clyde, b. 1883 d. 1970
Painter, Illustrator
Active in Utah

Collection size: 15 items (on partial microfilm reel)

Collection Summary: A letter of introduction for "Mr. Gordon" from Howard Chandler Christy; letters from READER MAGAZINE, WOMEN'S HOME COMPANION, THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE, and SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE regarding illustrations; letters from the Society of Illustrators and the American Federation of Arts; a letter from Frank Schoonover regarding a memorial to Howard Pyle; a letter from Squires to George Dibble, art editor of the Salt Lake Tribune, tellng him of some experiences as an illustrator for LIFE and AMERICAN MAGAZINE in the early 1900s; an exhibition announcement, 1974; and an obituary.

Biographical/Historical Note: Illustrator.

Donated by Squire's son, Charles C. Squires, 1977 and 1978.

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