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C. D. Williams

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Charles David Williams (1875-1954) was an Aerican book and magazine illustrator. He was contributing to Sunday Magazine, Collier's, American Magazine, Good Housekeeping and others.

In 1925, he did 1 illustration for Arthur Conan Doyle's short story Billy Bones.


Illustrations

1925







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