James Bama is a prominent illustrator and artist of the American West. He was one of the best known magazine and book illustrators in the country, with many Doc Savage book covers as examples of his work. After nearly 22 years as an illustrator in New York City, Bama moved to Wyoming in 1968. This collection comes from his studio and includes correspondence, research articles, photographs, negatives, gallery catalogs, magazines and books containing Bama’s illustrations.
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