HARRY CORNELL GREENING
American cartoonist, comic artist, illustrator, and inventor born in Titusville, Pennsylvania and grew up in New Jersey, living at home with his parents until he was in his 40s. He studied drawing at the Art Students League in New York and, in 1896, made his first sales to the New York Herald, Life, and Truth. In 1898 he began working for the Hearst organization, turning out strips and panel cartoons. In 1902 he produced a comic strip about a trader, Si Swapper, for the New York Herald. Shortly thereafter, he became a contributor to Puck, Judge, Harper's, Scribner's, and the children's magazine St. Nicholas, for which
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