(mid 19th century)
Edward F. Mullen was active/lived in New York. Edward Mullen is known for comic illustration, newspaper Civil War artist.
Biography Edward Mullen
Edward Mullen was a well-known comic illustrator by the time he became a "special artist" for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper in 1864. He provided humorous illustrations for Vanity Fair from 1859 to 1863 and illustrated such humor books as Drifting About or What Jeems Pipes of Pipesville Saw and Did; An Autobiography by Stephen Massett (New York, 1863) and The Life and Adventures, Songs, Services, and Speeches of Private Miles O'Reilly by Charles Halpine (New York, 1864).
In 1864, Frank Leslie recruited Mullen to join the war effort and sent him to draw the siege of Petersburg, Virginia. He arrived with Andrew McCullum, another new Leslie's artist, in late July just in time to witness the expl
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