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Jack Coggins - Illustrator, Author and Artist - Books
... Between 1941 and 1983, Coggins wrote or illustrated 44 books on a wide range of marine, military, historical and educational themes ... In 1966, Coggins wrote and illustrated The Horseman's Bible, which sold over 500,000 copies with a revised edition published in 1984 ... In this book Coggins acknowledges his father "whose twenty five years in the cavalry and lifetime interest in horses made his advice invaluable." Coggins's last book was Marine Painter's Guide, which was first ...
Billy Coggins - Playing Career
... Coggins was born in Bristol playing local football with Victoria Albion and representing the Bristol Suburban League XI ... Coggins replaced Frank Vallis in goal to make his debut on Boxing Day 1925 in the 2–1 win at Southend United ... Coggins joined Everton in March 1930 for £2,000 ...
Jack Coggins Bibliography
... Jack Banham Coggins was an illustrator, author and artist, who is best known in the United States for his oil paintings of predominantly marine subjects and for his books on space travel ... Coggins also wrote and/or illustrated a large number of books on wide range of subjects, as well as providing many illustrations for advertisements, magazine ... following are lists of all the known books illustrated and/or written by Coggins, and all of the known magazine covers he illustrated ...
Jack Coggins - Illustrator, Author and Artist - Military Illustrations of World War II
... Coggins's interest in sailing and maritime subjects began in London when he would sail model yachts on Round Pond in Kensington Gardens ... During the early years of World War II, Coggins took a sampling of his war illustrations to Worthen Paxton, the art director of LIFE Magazine, who commissioned Coggins to produce a drawing ... Coggins was paid $250 for that work, a large sum at the time, which paid his rent for five months ...
Gil Coggins
... Alvin Gilbert "Gil" Coggins (August 23, 1928 – February 15, 2004) was an American jazz pianist ... Coggins was born to parents of West Indian heritage ... In 1946, Coggins met Miles Davis while stationed at Jefferson Barracks in Missouri ...