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Catalog Number 10645-1480
Title Album; John Falter; Ink
Object Name Album
Description A note and illustrations by John Falter in blue ink on a page from a memory album belonging to Dorothy Weaver. The note begins "Dear Dot" and has Falter's apologies for writing the same note in everyone's memory book. Falter goes on to write a poem titled "Morning". Around his note Falter drew a bubble, encasing stick figures, and a cartoon drawing of a man with a speech bubble that reads "He thinks he's a poet". A hand is drawn with a pen writing Falter's name. Two additional autographs and notes are written by Homer George Wiltseo on the front page writing of his various names, and Robert L. Harris on the back page thanking her for her friendship, reminiscing on old times, and wishing her luck. Three holes are punched down the edge.
Year Range from 1926
Year Range to 1928
Material Paper, Ink
Medium Ink
Artist Falter, John P.
Place of Origin USA: Nebraska (Richardson), Falls City
Height (in) 9.938
Width (in) 12
People Falter, John Philip, 1910-1982
Weaver, Dorothy
Credit line John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania
Collection Falter, John P. Collection