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Connie Moran collection of visual materials
Pen and ink [drawings] and a portfolio of printed illustrations of Chicago artist Moran, generally depicting children and animals in fanciful situations suitable for children's literature. Includes a few illustrations for the book "When Ester was a little girl." Pencil and watercolor sketches from a trip to France (c. 1920-1929) include buildings, peasants, sailors and others in regional costumes. A few watercolor paintings are landscapes of towns and mountain villages. Photonegatives are primarily amateur quality group portraits. Some negatives depict a swimming party, artists at easels, and interiors, ca. 1917-1920.