Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Art instructor Graham Booth, an author, editor, and illustrator, poses with his most recent work, Bobby Shafto’s Gone to Sea (1970), and his illustration award from the Southern California Council on Literature for Children and Young People. Born in London in 1935, Booth lived in the English countryside as a boy until his family emigrated to Canada after World War II. After formal training at UCLA and USC, he became a professor and later Chairman of the Art Department at Fullerton College. Other books illustrated by Booth included Henry the Explorer (1966), Henry Explores the Jungle (1968), and Henry the Castaway (1972).
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