(1884 - 1966)
Frank Leonard Stick was active/lived in New Jersey, North Carolina, South Dakota. Frank Stick is known for hunting, fishing, wildlife, illustrator.
Frank Leonard Stick is best known for his outdoor-themed paintings, especially those relating to hunting and fishing. He was born February 10, 1884 in Huron, Dakota Territory (now South Dakota). His father, David Leonard Stick, was a native of Vinton, Iowa and president of the National Bank of Dakota. His mother was Lydia Jane Marcellus Stick, originally from Rome, New York. Frank Stick spent his boyhood in Sioux City, Iowa, hunting, fishing, trapping, and trying his hand at a variety of part-time jobs.
In 1899, the Stick family moved to Oglesby, Illinois, a small mining town. Frank's father and older brother, Claude, operated a grocery store owned by the Bents Coal Mine Company. Frank helped as a stock and delivery boy. While there ... Displaying 750 of 5309 characters.