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1934-1942

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Maurice Freed was primarily an illustrator. He contributed frequently to The New Yorker, Stage and Esquire. In 1933 he became art director to Esquire and moved to Chicago for that position. In 1935 he left Esquire to freelance and moved to Philadelphia. His work was used by Fortune, Chilton Co., Jack and Jill, Missouri Pacific Lines and the Saturday Morning Post in addition to several others.

Issues:
June-July 1940
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