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Andrew R. Butler lived in the Arizona border region of Elgin, Sonoita, and Patagonia in Southern Arizona circa 1929-1933. Though this does not appear in any literature that we are aware of the assumption is based on a series of etched images, titles, and associated dates in his known art works. Craven (1939:Plate 18) makes note that the artist "farmed in the Southwest ...." Little else seems to exist on this artist's Southwestern experience. Later prints tend to illustrate New England scenes.