Difference between pages "Andover Biography- William H. Foster" and "Andover Artist - Howard Ames Coon"

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Illustrator William H. Foster, 1886 - 1941, works were featured in several magazines including, Saturday Evening Post and Harper's Monthly. He was the editor of two magazines: ''National Sportsman'' and ''Hunting and Fishing''. and a pioneer in the development of skeet shooting. Laterin  life he painted bird dogs. The Purina Top Coverdog of the Year Award is presented in his honor.
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Several of Howard Ames Coon's (1890-1997) watercolors hang in Memorial Hall Library, [http://www.mhl.org/art including http://www.mhl.org/art Benjamin Abbot's Homestead Rose Cottage and Ballardvale]. Coon studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and painted both watercolors art oil.
 
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His home at 71 Chestnut Street is listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Andover.
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* "William H. Foster, 55, Painter of Wildllife", "''New York Times''" Saturday, November 1, 1941.
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*"Library Brushes Up Art Work", ''Townsman'', October 3, 1991.
* [http://andover.mvlc.org/eg/opac/record/243626?query=new%20england%20grouse%20shooting;qtype=keyword;fi%3Asearch_format=;locg=5 ''New England Grouse Shooting''] by William Harnden Foster, 1941
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*[http://www.mhl.org/about/visit/art/ Original Art in Memorial Hall Library]
* [http://preservation.mhl.org/71-chestnut-steet 71 Chestnut Street (Andover Historic Preservation)]
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* Examples of his work 
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** [http://www.legendaryauctions.com/william_h__foster__1886_1941_-lot26019.aspx]
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** [https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/4475089_william-hfosternew-england-grouse-shooting]
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** [http://www.artnet.com/artists/william-harnden-foster/past-auction-results]
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Several of Howard Ames Coon's (1890-1997) watercolors hang in Memorial Hall Library, including http://www.mhl.org/art Benjamin Abbot's Homestead Rose Cottage and Ballardvale. Coon studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and painted both watercolors art oil.


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