(1878 - 1945)
Howard Vachel Brown was active/lived in New York. Howard Brown is known for illustration-pulp action-science fiction.
Biography Howard Brown
Published in the March 1919 issue of Everyday Engineering Magazine was an extensive article by Raymond Francis Yates (a science writer and the magazine's editor), titled "The Science of Camouflage Explained." Much of the article is devoted to the wartime contributions of dozens of civilian artists who applied ship camouflage to American merchant ships during World War I.
Sanctioned by the U.S. Shipping Board (or Emergency Fleet Corporation), there were about a dozen teams stationed at various ports around the country. The team in the New York District (headquartered in Manhattan at 345 East 33rd Street) was headed by American muralist William Andrew Mackay. On the cover of this issue is a signed full-color illustration by How
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