A Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author whose work celebrated industrial and agricultural America, American geography and landscape, and the American common people.
Abraham "Remy" Charlip is an American artist, writer, choreographer, theater director, designer, and teacher.
Benjamin Franklin was printer, author, scientist, stateman, and Founding Father to the United States of America.
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll, was an author, mathematician, and photographer.
Jackie Robinson, an outstanding athlete, was the first African American to play baseball for the Major Leagues.