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Chapman, John Gadsby

John Gadsby Chapman, 1808–90, American painter, b. Alexandria, Va. Chapman is noted for his colored etchings of the Roman compagna and the American landscape. His historical painting The Baptism of Pocahontas is in the Capitol in Washington, D.C.

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Wilson, John C

Wilson, John C.

Pseudonym of Felix Morrow, pioneer publisher of occult and metaphysical books under the imprint of University Books, Inc.

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