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John Martin

Thanks for the link to the Ellis Parker Butler website at http://www.ellisparkerbutler.info

Many of Butler's works were illustrated by F. R. Gruger. I'm glad now to know more about him.

Thanks for your site. Keep up the good work.

Larry

Thanks for posting this. Gruger was a great draftsman, and even though he is in the SI Hall of Fame, as you stated, he's received less notice than his talent warrants. I was very fortunate to have the winning bid on one of Grugers originals at an SI auction a few years back. A real treasure.

Larry

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