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Herman Bacharach

 (1899 - 1976)
Herman Ilfeld Bacharach was active/lived in Arizona, New Mexico / Mexico.  Herman Bacharach is known for juvenile book illustrator, engraver.

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Herman Bacharach


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An artist, illustrator and designer, Herman Bacharach illustrated books for Grossett and Dunlap and Houghton Mifflin including The Adventures of Pinocchio, 1927.  He was also a collector of illustrated books, assembling over 275 volumes representing almost every major illustrator of the early 20th century. 

This collection, labelled the Herman Ilfeld Bacharach Collection, is in the New Mexico State Library.  Bacharach's New Mexico roots are tied to 19th century mercantile families, Ilfelds and Speigelbergs.


Sources:
New Mexico State Library
http://lib.nmsu.edu/aboutlib/newsletter/october96.html


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About  Herman Bacharach

Born:  1899 - Las Vegas, New Mexico
Died:   1976 - Las Vegas, New Mexico
Known for:  juvenile book illustrator, engraver