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The Jacqueline Ayer
Collections contains three ink illustrations from one title,
A Wish For Little Sister published in
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A Wish For Little Sister, 1960
Jacqueline Ayer was born the 2nd of May 1930 in New York City. She
began her education at the Art Students League in New York, proceeded by a time
spent at Syracuse University and Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, France. Her
illustrative forte is in fashion illustration, starting a small division within
the International Basic Economy Corp as a fabric and fashion designer. She was
also a consultant and head fashion designer in London for many years.
Contributing over ten pieces of literature and illustrations, Ayer was awarded
a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators. Her work with Harcourt includes
illustration of the Grimm Brother's Rumpelstiltskin in 1967 and the self-illustrated
A Wish for Little Sister published in 1960.
Biographical source: Something About the
Author . Volume 13, 1978.
Collection Scope and Content Note
The Jacqueline Ayer Collections contains three ink illustrations from
one title, A Wish For Little Sister published in
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A Wish For Little Sister 1960
Note New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1960
Box MC 520
(3 p.) Box MC 520