Monday, March 28, 2016

Under Cover: The San Franciscan


Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Theodore Van Deusen

Ewart Melbourne Brindle

Ewart Melbourne Brindle

Ewart Melbourne Brindle

Theodore Van Deusen

December 1930
Ewart Melbourne Brindle

January 1931
Ewart Melbourne Brindle

February 1931
Ewart Melbourne Brindle

March 1931
Ewart Melbourne Brindle

April 1931
Ewart Melbourne Brindle

June 1931
Ewart Melbourne Brindle

September 1931
Ewart Melbourne Brindle


ABOUT THE ARTISTS  OF THE SAN FRANCISCAN

The San Franciscan
November 1930
page 50: The San Franciscan’s Message (continued)
…Among the young artists whose work is definitely associated with The San Franciscan there is Antonio Sotomayor, the young Bolivian artist whose cartoons and drawings have appeared in The San Franciscan almost from the first. The past year he has had an exhibition in Mexico City and two in San Francisco, and he is now at work on a mural commission for one of the leading hotels here. The magazine covers for the first year were designed by Catti Merrick. Then for over two years the covers were done by Ted Van Deusen who went to New York early in the summer to win eastern honors. This month we repeat one of Van Deusen’s covers interrupting, with this one issue, the series of striking covers done by Melbourne Brindle who, though very young, is rapidly receiving recognition by the jury of the San Francisco Art Association. Ned Hilton whose cartoons and maps of San Francisco as well as his page, “The White Card,” were a regular feature of The San Franciscan for more than a year, is now bidding for national attention with both his writing and graphic art.

ANTONIO SOTOMAYOR
1904–1985
Smithsonian Institution
The San Franciscan, March 1930



THEODORE VAN DEUSEN
August 26, 1903, Illinois
Theodore Van Deusen (1875–1904), father
Edith Gregory (1883–1951), mother

Stanford University, 1925

1910 UNITED STATES FEDERAL CENSUS
2614 Olive Street, St. Joseph, Missouri
Household Members:
Name / Age
Edith G Vandeusen, 29 [Widow; School Teacher]
Theodore Vandeusen, 6

1920 UNITED STATES FEDERAL CENSUS
301 Edith Street, Missoula, Montana
Household Members:
Name / Age
Edith J Van Deusen, 39 [University Teacher]
Theodore Van Deusen, 16

1925 QUAD
Stanford University
Graphic Art major
Chaparral, associate art editor
Alpha Tau Omega; Hammer and Coffin; Ram’s Head
Residence: Los Angeles

The Stanford Illustrated Review
Volume 30, Issue 8, 1929
…Theodore Van Deusen, ’24, a commercial illustrator in
San Francisco with the firm of Patterson and Sullivan...

Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 1, Group 1,
Books, New Series, Volume 28, Number 13, April 1931
p200: Keyes, Rowena Keith, 1880– ed.
Lives of today and yesterday; a book of comparative
biography, edited by Rowena K. Keyes ...
illustrated by Theodore Van Deusen.
New York, D. Appleton and company [c1931]
xv, 315, [1] p. illus. 19 1/2cm.
“Reading lists”; p. 295–[303]
© Feb. 13, 1931; 2c. Feb. 16; aff. Feb. 17;
A34379; D. Appleton & co. (31–4925)

California, Marriage Index
Virginia McFarland / Virginia C Culp, June 4, 1965
Los Angeles, California

California, Death Index
January 31, 1984
Social Security Death Index


EWART MELBOURNE BRINDLE


NED HILTON
Profile at the Stripper’s Guide

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