The following information was submitted in November of 2006 by his granddaughter Susan K. Miller:
A native of Woodsville, New Hampshire, Earle A. Titus was born on October 12, 1895, the son of Frank E. Titus and Nellie (King) Titus. After graduating from public schools in his hometown, he went to Boston, and studied at the New School of Design with John Douglas Connah and Vesper George, planning to enter the field of illustration. He subsequently did illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post, the Boston Post Magazine, and other periodicals. He also worked as a commercial artist.
During WWI, Titus served as a second lieutenant in the Army at Ft. Lee, Virginia.
For 40 years
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