Pete Apsit, 1937-1999

May 2000
Figurines & Collectibles;May/Jun2000, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p56
Presents an obituary for figurine sculptor Pete Apsit who died on November 2, 1999 in California. Characterization of the joys of life and loyalty to family and friends in the creations of Apsit; Career and educational background; Involvement in the establishment of the Apsit Brothers of California Co.


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