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Fogg, Howard (1917-1996) | Lake Forest College Archives and Special Collections

Name: Fogg, Howard (1917-1996)


Historical Note: Howard Lockhart Fogg was born in New York city and spent his early years in the east, moving to Wilmette, Illinois, for high school (New Trier), before going to Dartmouth for his B.A. (1938, honors).  He studied art in Chicago and did some work in railroading before being drafted in 1941 and volunteering for fighter pilot training.  He flew P-51 Mustangs in Europe (from England) and trained young pilots.  In 1946 he was hired and the company artist by ALCO locomotive builders, St. Louis, painting the products in the livery of potential customers.  A big customer was John Barriger III, who helped promote fogg's career through gifts of his work to others.  By the mid 1950s Fogg and his family (by then) moved to boulder, CO, and Fogg worked for many clients.  See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_L._Fogg .



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