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Charles Saxon

 (1920 - 1988)
Charles David Saxon was active/lived in Connecticut, New York.  Charles Saxon is known for magazine cartoonist.

Charles Saxon

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Charles David Saxon (November 13, 1920-December 6, 1988) was an American cartoonist.
Born in Brooklyn, he graduated from Columbia University in 1940.  He worked as an editor at Dell Publishing and served as a bomber pilot in the Army Air Corps during World War II.

Starting in 1956, he became a cartoonist for The New Yorker and is best remembered for his work for the magazine.  His work is collected in three books: Oh, Happy, Happy, Happy! (1960), One Man's Fancy (1970), and Honesty Is One of the "Better" Policies: Saxon's World of Business (1984).

He received the National Cartoonist Society Advertising Award for 1977, and their Gag Cartoon Award for 1980, 1986, and 1987.  For his work with The New Yorker, he received their Reuben Award for 1980.

He was married to Nancy Saxon a children's writer and artist.

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About  Charles Saxon

Born:  1920 - Brooklyn, New York
Died:   1988
Known for:  magazine cartoonist