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Leo Junker

 (1880 - 1972)
Leo Helmholz Junker was active/lived in New York, Illinois.  Leo Junker is known for landscape-snowscene, etcher.

Leo Junker

The following, submitted December 2004, is from Robert M. Jacobson, MD*. It is "some information regarding the artist and particularly how he was instrumental in the insignia of the largest pediatric organization on the planet, the American Academy of Pediatrics".

Up on East 9 in the Mayo Building, in the heart of our pediatric referral practice, is a replica of the brightly glazed, blue-and-white Della Robbia sculptured plaque of a swaddled infant. Its presence on the wall has a lot to do with own our history as a department as well as the history of American Pediatrics.

The AAP News published this week as part of its celebration of its coming sixty-fifth anniversary had an article entitled "Symbolic change: Academy's Della R  ...  Displaying 750 of 3586 characters.

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About  Leo Junker

Born:  1880 - Chicago, Illinois
Died:   1972 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Known for:  landscape-snowscene, etcher