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An illustrated life

As HarperCollins turns 200, the publisher’s Canadian editorial director of non-fiction celebrates the career of influential art director Margaret Paull

In 1944, Margaret V. Paull completed her course work at the Ontario College of Art, graduating with honours in illustration, lettering, costume, and anatomy. She joined the Lord & Thomas advertising firm, and seemed set for a career in that burgeoning field. But Franklin Carmichael, the youngest member of the original Group of Seven, who had mentored Paull at school, recommended her for a position as a cover designer at William Collins, Sons in downtown Toronto, where Paull would embark on a long and influential career in Canadian publishing.

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