Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh-Lambert
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with her husband
Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh|
|Occupation||writer and illustrator|
|Known for||Children's books|
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. In 1911 she was living with her parents and she was already a successful illustrator. She was known as "Gracie". She married a banker named Charles T. Lambert in 1913 and after that she used a double-barrelled surname.
She died in 1981.
- 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.
- "LAMBERT Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh 1888-1981 - Artist Biographies". Artbiogs.co.uk. Retrieved 31 May 2018.
- Petrulis, Alan. "MetroPostcard List of Postcard Artists and Illustrators M". Metropostcard.com. Retrieved 2017-09-07.
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