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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). Before his writing and illustrating career, he was already an established anthropologist, graduating from Columbia in 1937.
- 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
- Works by or about Will in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Works by or about William Lipkind in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
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