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Adolph Treidler

(Westcliff, CO, 1886 - 1981, Flemington, NJ)

The following is from ADOLPH TREIDLER was born in Westcliff, Colorado, studied at the California School of Design in San Francisco and with Robert Henri in New York. He first illustrated for McClure's magazine in 1908, then made pictures or cover designs for Harper's, Century, Scribner's, Collier's The Saturday Evening Post, Woman's Home Companion and many national advertisers. Posters were his particular forte. During World War I he designed numerous Liberty Loan and recruiting posters and was Chairman of the Pictorial Publicity Committee for the Society of Illustrators during World War II. His travel subjects were especially effective. For many years he painted posters for the Bermuda Tourist Offices, and Furness Bermuda and French Lines and through these associations traveled the world over. Treidler was a member of the Art Directors Club, Charter Member of the Artists Guild, and life member of the Society of Illustrators. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Note from Doug Rhinehart: Treidler died in Flemington, NJ. I purchased several pieces of his furniture, porcelains as well as his artwork. The Flemington Public Library should have information on him for those who would like to do additional research.

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