Jacqueline Casey Graphic desgner

Jacqueline Casey was born in Quincy, Massachusetts on 1927. She studied at the Massachusetts College of Art.

She became director of the office of publications at MIT in 1972 where she retired from in 1989.

This is some of her work.

She was known for her bold typography or striking image with details in small text.
Her work is being held in The Library of Congress, The Museum of Modern Art, and The Cooper-Hewitt Museum.

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