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    Ken Anderson Travel Sketch Book Group of 2 (1973-77). Ken Anderson (1909 - 1993) was an artist and writer who worked at the Walt Disney Animation Studios for 44 years, beginning with his involvement in Melody Time (1948); he is credited with the creation of Elliot in the original animated feature Pete's Dragon. Here is a pair of rare self-published books of Ken's travel sketches: Madagascar Archipelago Sketches (1973), and Scandinavian Sketches (1977). Books feature unnumbered, single-sided photocopy pages; around 30 pages for the first, and 100 pages for the second book. Both are signed and personalized on the first inside page to Joe Hale, Ken's friend and Disney co-worker. Very Good condition on each, with minor handling. Rare and fascinating!

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