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William H. Foster, - 1941, was the editor of ''National Sportsman'' and ''Hunting and Fishing'', painted bird dogs, and was a pioneer in the development of skeet shooting. The Purina Top Coverdog of the Year Award is presented in his honor.
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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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His home at 71 Chestnut Street is listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Andover.
  
  
 
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* [http://preservation.mhl.org/71-chestnut-steet 71 Chestnut Street (Andover Historic Preservation)]
 
* [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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Revision as of 17:08, 20 November 2015

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.

His home at 71 Chestnut Street is listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Andover.


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