Robert Winslow Bragg (1917-2002)

Robert Winslow Bragg was born in Bath, Maine, in 1917. He moved to Atlanta in 1952 and became a highly successful graphic designer, contracted by the Coca-Cola Company, Georgia Power, Lockheed Martin, and Lowe's. The design he conceived in 1959 as the logo for Delta Air Lines is still in use.
Bragg died in Atlanta in 2002. His watercolor painting 10-4. Over and Out is part of Georgia's State Art Collection.
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Foley, Kayla. "Robert Winslow Bragg (1917-2002)." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 12 January 2016. Web. 17 August 2018.
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