William Lipkind

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William Lipkind (December 17, 1904, New York City – October 2, 1974) was an American author most famous for his children's picture book collaborations with Nicholas Mordvinoff, under the pseudonym Will (jointly Nicolas and Will).[1] Before his writing and illustrating career, he was already an established anthropologist, graduating from Columbia in 1937.

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  1. ^ Lipkind wrote picture books under the name Will; his young-adult fiction and a thesis appeared under the name William Lipkind. Library of Congress name authority record

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