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James Bingham

 (1917 - 1971)
James R. Bingham was active/lived in New York, Florida.  James Bingham is known for illustration-magazine.

Biography   James Bingham

The following information was submitted in September of 2006 by his niece, Mora Fisher Mattingly:

James R. Bingham was my uncle, my mother's brother.  He died in July of 1971 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He had lived there for over 20 years at that point. 

He illustrated serial stories in the Saturday Evening Post and other serial magazines of the 40's, 50' and 60's.  He illustrated Pearl Buck's Pavilion of Women series and the Perry Mason series.  During WWII, he illustrated propaganda for the navy - caricatures of Hirohito and Hitler (my grandmother was convinced that if we lost the war, the Germans and Japanese were coming after him.) 

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