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Fowler, Alfred, 1889-



H. Alfred (Fred) Fowler was born in Kansas in the late 1880s. His family moved to Kansas City, Missouri when he was a child, and there Fowler remained most of the rest of his life, temporarily relocating to San Angelo, Texas during World War II.

Fowler had offices in the Kansas City Board of Trade Building. He was passionate about bookplates and woodcuts, and with a group of like-minded individuals started the American Bookplate Society in 1913. He was also a founding member of the Woodcut Society and the Prairie Print Makers. Fowler died in 1959.

Found in 1 Record:

Prairie Print Makers collection

Call Number: RH MS 1375

Correspondence and related materials, mostly from H. Alfred Fowler of Kansas City, Mo. to J.J. Lankes, artist. Collection also includes some records and materials related to the Prairie Print Makers.

Dates: 1919 - 1943, 1947