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us: Robinson, T. H. (Thomas Heath), 1869-1954

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    • Thomas Heath
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    • us: Robinson, Thomas Heath, 1869-1950
    • us: Robinson, T. H. (Thomas Heath), 1869-1950
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        (naf) Pinner (London, England)
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Islington (London, England)
    • Death Place

        (naf) St. Ives (Cornwall, England)
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    • Earlier Established Forms

      • Robinson, T. H. (Thomas Heath), 1869-1950
      • Robinson, Thomas Heath, 1869-1950
    • Sources

      • found: His The adventures of Robin Hood & his merry outlaws, 1984: CIP t.p. (T.H. Robinson) book t.p. (T.H. (Thomas Heath) Robinson)
      • found: Manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Robinson, Thomas Heath, 1869-1950; usage: T.H. Robinson)
      • found: Wikipedia, August 3, 2015 (heading: Thomas Heath Robinson; T. Heath Robinson (1869-1954) was an English illustrator of books and magazines, in both line drawings and full color. He illustrated many books for Allen, Nisbit, Dent, Sands and others as well as illustrations for magazines, including Cassell's Family Magazine, The Idler, Pall Mall Magazine and The Strand) {}
      • found: Look and Learn, WWW site, viewed August 3, 2015: artist's page (heading: Thomas Heath Robinson: Artist; T. Heath Robinson was born in Islington, North London, on 19 June 1869, the son of artist and journalist Thomas Robinson and his wife Eliza A. Robinson (née Heath); eldest of six children which included artists Charles and William Heath Robinson; studied at Islington School of Art, before becoming an assistant to his father; In 1926 he moved back to Pinner where he lived until the death of his wife in 1940; subsequently moved to St. Ives, Cornwall, where he lived until his death in February 1954, aged 84) {}
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