Raymond Haskell Lufkin (January 29, 1899 - December 10, 1978) was an American artist, graphic artist, and author. A native of Salem, Massachusetts, Lufkin studied with a number of artists before working freelance with advertising agencies and printing firms in Boston for fifteen years. Over the course of his career, Lufkin provided illustrations for more than fifty books, including a few of his own, and designed and illustrated hundreds of company histories and advertising pamphlets. Lufkin served in World War I, when he was a camouflage artist and also designed posters for the Navy. He designed posters for the School Savings Stamp Campaign during World War II, and was awarded a special citiation from the Treasury Department in 1945 for outstanding service to the War Finance Program.

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