(1914 - 1999)
Dorothea Fox was active/lived in Connecticut. Dorothea Fox is known for illustrator-baby figure, magazine.
Biography Dorothea Fox
The following biography of Dorothea Warren Fox has been provided by her
daughter, Rebecca Rice.
Illustrator and author Dorothea Warren Fox was born in Birmingham, Alabama on January 31, 1914. Forced to leave college due to The Depression, she financed a move to New York in 1933 at the age of nineteen by drawing a lightning bolt figure for a family friend, Ashton Collins. This little lightning bolt figure became "Reddy Kilowatt" and launched her career in illustration and commercial art.
Early in her career she illustrated numerous books, among them was "Marian
Martha" by Lucile Fargo, "Penny Marsh, Public Health Nurse" series by Dorothy
Deming, "We All Go Away" by Lavinia Davis, "Two For The Money" by Eleanor
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