In 1936 Carl Oscar Borg, Millard Sheets (1907-1989) and Dr. Eugene Bolton of the University of California wrote and illustrated a book on the history of California titled Cross, Sword, and Gold Pan. Carl Borg also published a book of etchings titled The Great South West that same year.
Carl Oscar Borg's own biography was published in Sweden. He traveled in Europe when war broke out and was forced to spend World War II in Sweden where his desert and Indian portraits became highly sought after. Carl Oscar Borg returned to Santa Barbara after the War and died there on May 8, 1947.
The works of Carl Oscar Borg are held by the University of California, Los Angeles County Museum of Art in Los Angeles, California, Hearst Free Library, Montclair Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum, the Library of Congress, Goteborg Museum in Sweden and the Bibliotheque in Paris.
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