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Sherman Raveson studied at Cumberland University in Tennessee and the Art Student’s League, New York. He was stage designer for “If Booth Had Missed”, “That Is To Say”, “Decision Reversed”, “Dearly Beloved” and “Show Business.” He was contributing author to Literary America. He was art editor of Vanity Fair from 1929-1934 and art director of Life magazine in 1935, Esquire in 1936 and the firm Pettingell & Fenton, Inc. from 1937-1941. He won awards from the Art Directors Club of New York in 1934 and 1939. His work was exhibited at the National Advertising Awards, Chicago Galleries Association, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, National Academy of Design, American Watercolor Society, The 1939 New York World’s Fair and many others.

August-September 1939
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