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for Box Locations
The collection contains
woodcut illustrations for 2 titles.
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Materials are arranged by published title.
Helen Siegl was born August 18, 1924, in Vienna, Austria. She came to
the United States in 1952, working as an artist and book illustrator. She has
put on numerous one-person shows, and has participated in group shows. She
invented and developed the plaster block print technique.
Biographical Source: Something About the
Author , vol. 34
Collection Scope and Content Note
The collection contains woodcut illustrations for 2 titles.
- The collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog
of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about
related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these
- Siegl, Helen
Dancing Palm Tree, The, and Other Nigerian Fold Tales
Note New York: Parent's Magazine Press, 1968
(17 p.) Box MC1012
One Trick Too Many: Fox Fables from Russia 1973
Note New York: Dial, 1973
woodcut jacket illustration
(1 p.) Box MC1012
(3 p.) Box MC1012