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us: Kane, Harry, 1912-1988

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    • us: Kirchner, Harry, 1912-1988
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    • found: Wikipedia, 9 Sept. 2010 (Harry Kane (Kirchner) - (July 2, 1912 - March 1988), illustrator and artist who )
    • found: Wikipedia, June 8, 2017 (article title: "Harry Kane (illustrator)"; "Harry Kane (Kirchner) (July 2, 1912-March 1988) was a twentieth century American illustrator and artist who was born Harry Kirchner and was of Russian/Jewish descent. Primarily known for his work on the children's books, 'The three investigators,' he had a career that spanned over 50 years, doing work on paperback covers, advertising art, men's adventure magazines, movie posters"; born Philidelphia; moved to New York City in the Depression; worked for the publisher Street & Smith; stationed in Hawaii as a mapmaker during World War II; freelanced after the war, working for Seagrams, Schlitz beer, Phillip Morris and others; "In the mid-1960s Random House hired Harry to work on a new set of children's books called Alfred Hitchcock and the three investigators. Harry worked on most of the covers and interiors of the first 16 books")
    • found: Harry Kane Art website, June 12, 2017 (in interview with artist's daughter: "He wanted to take money to make films ... He made a couple short 8-10 minute films. I think they were in black and white. He had me act in one ... In the 60's there was all this push for cultural diversity and everything, so they wanted him to do... it was on African dance and masks. He had met in the class, Ed Lowe, at the New School for Social Research in the late 60's. He was taking these classes and he hooked up with Ed Lowe ... part of it was the African dances and the music and then they talked about masks and he had me demonstrate how to make a paper-mache mask and the Metropolitan Museum of Art bought it. It was the only one he ever sold. The other one was on Coney Island ... It was like a study of the people on the beach"; illustration shows 1971 letter from Ed Bland, program director, Jazz in the Garden, Museum of Modern Art, addressed to "Mr. Harry Kane, Harry Kane Productions, 152 E. 52 Street, New York, New York, 10002," about script for a jazz film to be titled "Bong Mr. Bong") {}
    • found: Information from 678 converted Dec. 17, 2014 (b. 1912)
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    • [Cannot identify with: Kane, Harry (Producer), no2017077927]
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