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Claude Fayette Bragdon

Claude Fayette Bragdon (b. Oberlin, OH, 1866-1946) was an American architect, writer, and stage designer based in Rochester, New York, up to World War I, and in New York City after that. He was known for his creative geometric ornaments. At some point, he proposed this modern American italic for architectural plans. Check also his set of modern small letters. This page shows his art nouveau art.

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file name: Claude Fayette Bragdon The Juggler Sun1895


file name: C F Bragdon Modern American Italic For Plans


file name: Claude Fayette Bragdon Modern Letters







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