(1894 - 1955)
Fred Geary was active/lived in Missouri. Fred Geary is known for illustration, woodcut.
Biography Fred Geary
Born in Clarence, Missouri, Fred Geary did drawings used in railway promotional brochures for Fred Harvey & Company, whose personnel ran the restaurants for the Santa Fe Railroad hotels and train-car service. In addition to these commissions, he illustrated for a
magazine titled Navajo Medicine Man, and also did mural painting at the El Navajo Hotel in Gallup, New Mexico; and pictographs at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. Fifty of his wood engravings* are in the Library of Congress.
Geary likely lived in Carrollton, Missouri, and occupied a studio in Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. He did illustrations, wood engraving and mural designs, and traveled extensively from the time he was in his
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