'Truly a labor of love'
"Jam-packed with fascinating history and amazing illustrations from cover to cover!"
'An Admirable Tribute'
"Through sharing the rich artistic legacies of the Wallace-Berger family collection, you have truly kept the flame well-lit."
'A Herculean effort'
"...a great job of assembling a lot disparate material. What an amazing family!"
'310 beautifully produced pages'
Featured in the Oct. 23 edition of The Carmel Pine Cone.
'I am enjoying it immensely'
"You did a great job putting it together, picking a title, and selecting the sequencing. Nice work ...soon part of The Big Work."
The Big Work
The Big Work features the unpublished memoir of Kevin Wallace (1918-1979), an American journalist and editorial cartoonist for The San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner newspapers, and 10-year staff writer for the New Yorker Magazine.
Historian Neal Hotelling writes a captivating 3-part series of columns about 'The Big Work' in The Carmel Pine Cone. Read all three installments including the first in the series: a profile of Moira Wallace: 'Lady Godiva rode a zebra and an artist became an empress.'
New Deal-era Art
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