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Neysa McMein

Neysa Moran McMein was an American illustrator and portrait painter who studied at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and Art Students League of New York. She began her career as an illustrator and during World War I, she traveled across France entertaining military troops with Dorothy Parker and made posters to support the war effort. She was made an honorary non-commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps for her contributions to the war effort... Read More

BornMarjorie Frances McMein
January 24, 1888
Quincy, Illinois
DiedMay 12, 1949 (aged 61)
New York City
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