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Cleland, T. M. (Thomas Maitland) (1880-1964) | Lake Forest College Archives and Special Collections

Name: Cleland, T. M. (Thomas Maitland) (1880-1964)


Historical Note: T. M. Cleland was an illustrator, book designer, and graphic artist. He was also repsonsible for the creating Alfred E. Hamill's most widely used bookplate, among the over 6,000 volumes in the Lake Forest College library colleciton.  Cleland left school at the age of sixteen and taught himself to set type.  He was mentored in Boston by D. B. Updike, of the Merrymount Press.  He worked for McClure's Magazine, Fortune, and the Locomobile and Cadillac car companies.  He also deisgned many fine press editions.





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