H0132-L26325831On this day, June 13, 1927, illustrator C. Coles Phillips died in New Rochelle, New York. Phillips went to Kenyon College in his native state of Ohio. In his junior year, Phillips went to New York to work as an illustrator. From 1908 until just before his death, Phillips cover illustrations appears on Life magazine at least once a month. He also created many memorable advertising illustrations and produced his Fadeaway girl illustrations for which he is famous.


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