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Vicken Von Post Börjesson, born 1886, died 1950, was a Swedish sculptor and illustrator based in Stockholm. illustrated dozens of children's books. Between 1915-21 she was hired by Rörstrands porcelain , where she created about 30 porcelain figurines. She was also active in the United States where she exhibited at The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington in 1934.   In 1921, she married George Oakley Totten, Jr., a well-known American architect. Together they had two children.

Vicken Von Post Börjesson, born 1886, died 1950, was a Swedish sculptor and illustrator based in Stockholm. illustrated dozens of children's books. Between 1915-21 she was hired by Rörstrands porcelain , where she created about 30 porcelain figurines. She was also active in the United States where she exhibited at The Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington in 1934. In 1921, she married George Oakley Totten, Jr., a well-known American architect. Together they had two children.

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Maurice Sendak dies; author and illustrator of children’s books about fear and survival

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Maurice Sendak. RIP. Wild Rumpus forever

Maurice Sendak dies; author and illustrator of children’s books about fear and survival

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Maurice Sendak dies; author and illustrator of children’s books about fear and survival - The Washington Post

Maurice Sendak dies; author and illustrator of children’s books about fear and survival

Maurice Sendak dies; author and illustrator of children’s books about fear and survival - The Washington Post

May 1910. St. Louis, Missouri. "Boy named Gurley. An eight year old newsie. 18th & Washington Streets." View full size. Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine.

May 1910. St. Louis, Missouri. "Boy named Gurley. An eight year old newsie. 18th & Washington Streets." View full size. Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine.

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