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Fred Geary

 (1894 - 1955)
Fred Geary was active/lived in Missouri.  Fred Geary is known for illustration, woodcut.

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   ...  Displaying 750 of 3025 characters.

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About  Fred Geary

Born:  1894 - Clarence, Missouri
Died:   1955
Known for:  illustration, woodcut