Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh-Lambert

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HGC Marsh-Lambert
HGC Marsh-Lambert and husband Charles.jpg
with her husband
Born Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh
Died 1981
Nationality British
Other names Gracie
Occupation writer and illustrator
Known for Children's books
Spouse(s) Charles Lambert

Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh-Lambert or HGC Marsh-Lambert (1888 – 1981) was a British writer and illustrator of children's books and postcards.


Marsh-Lambert was born in Bristol in 1881.[1] In 1911 she was living with her parents and she was already a successful illustrator. She was known as "Gracie".[2] She married a banker named Charles T. Lambert in 1913 and after that she used a double-barrelled surname.[3]

She died in 1981.[1]


  • My Big Bedtime book[1]
  • Story of Little Blackie
  • The story of Teddy Bear[1]


  1. ^ a b c d James Taylor (6 October 2016). Pack Up Your Troubles: How Humorous Postcards Helped to Win World War I. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. 142–. ISBN 978-1-84486-343-3. 
  2. ^ "LAMBERT Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh 1888-1981 - Artist Biographies". Artbiogs.co.uk. Retrieved 31 May 2018. 
  3. ^ Petrulis, Alan. "MetroPostcard List of Postcard Artists and Illustrators M". Metropostcard.com. Retrieved 2017-09-07.