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Lee Townsend

Illustrator

(1895 - 1965)

Lee Townsend

Lee Townsend was an American artist. He is known as a book illustrator, and for horses, and for still life.

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Cedar’s Boy (1949)

Shad Davis gets caught up in the excitement of harness racing -- and finds he has real talent as a driver.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Lee Townsend

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Cedar’s Boy (2006)

Shad Davis gets caught up in the excitement of harness racing and finds he has a talent for driving.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Lee Townsend

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King of the Hills (1933)

Breck Townsend went to New Hampshire to photograph the biggest buck and found himself tangling with a gang of poachers.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Lee Townsend

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King of the Hills (2006)

Breck Townsend went to New Hampshire to photograph the biggest buck and found himself tangling with a gang of poachers.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Lee Townsend

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Red Horse Hill (1930)

Bud Martin decides to take his bulldog and try New Hampshire. He finds a warm welcome with Uncle John and Aunt Sarah.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Lee Townsend

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Red Horse Hill (2005)

Bud Martin decides to take his bulldog and try New Hampshire. He finds a warm welcome with Uncle John and Aunt Sarah.

Author(s): Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator(s): Lee Townsend

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