On this day, March 13, 1971, illustrator Rockwell Kent died in Plattsburgh, New York. Famous for his black and white book illustrations, Kent also created more whimsical illustrations for Vanity Fair, the New York Tribune, and Harper’s Weekly. Kent also later wrote and illustrated his experiences in such places as Alaska and Tierra del Fuego.
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