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Charles Buckles Falls (10 december 1874 - 15 april 1960) was an American artist, most wellknown for his World War I poster advertisements, such as ''Books Wanted''.
 
Charles Buckles Falls (10 december 1874 - 15 april 1960) was an American artist, most wellknown for his World War I poster advertisements, such as ''Books Wanted''.
  
In 1922, he did 1 illustration for [[Arthur Conan Doyle]]'s short story [[A Point of Contact]].
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In 1915 and 1922, he did 4 illustrations for [[Arthur Conan Doyle]]'s works.
  
  
 
== Illustrations ==
 
== Illustrations ==
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=== 1915 ===
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* [[Sranger than Fiction]] (27 november 1915, [[Collier's]]) 3 ill.
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=== 1922 ===
 
=== 1922 ===

Revision as of 01:14, 13 January 2021

Charles Buckles Falls (10 december 1874 - 15 april 1960) was an American artist, most wellknown for his World War I poster advertisements, such as Books Wanted.

In 1915 and 1922, he did 4 illustrations for Arthur Conan Doyle's works.


Illustrations

1915


1922






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