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Artist Newell C. Wyeth (N. C. Wyeth) in US Federal census records

  • 1900 -- living with his parents in Needham, Mass.
  • 1910 -- living with his wife Carolyn and children in Pennsylvania.
  • 1920 -- living with his wife Carolyn and children in Pennsylvania
  • 1930 -- living with his wife Carolyn and children in Pennsylvania
Newell Convers Wyeth was born on October 22, 1882 in Needham, Massachusetts.
On April 16, 1906, N.C. Wyeth married Carolyn Bockius of Wilmington, Delaware.
In October 1945, Wyeth and his grandson were killed in a tragic automobile accident near his home in Chadds Ford, Pennslyvania.

N. C. Wyeth is best known for his outstanding book illustrations in Scribner’s Illustrated Classics such as Treasure Island,  The Boy's King Arthur and Robinson Crusoe.
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