Georgette Sauterel Egan (c.1923-????) was a Golden Age background artist for studios such as the Binder and Chesler, and publishers such as Fawcett and Street & Smith.

She was likely born in New York City around 1923 to George and Lucienne Sauterel, Swiss and French immigrants.[1] She probably started working for the Binder Studio in 1941 and was published in Fawcett, Better, and Street & Smith publications before going to work for the Chesler Studio in 1944.[2]

By 1953, she may have married a man named Daniel Egan and had a daughter, Patricia, in that year; she also had another daughter named Dania.[3]

Sources Edit

  1. 1940 Census record: 1940 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2012.
  2. Bails' Project profile
  3. Patricia L. Egan obituary

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