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 Harold James Cue  (1887 - 1961)

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts      Known for: book and magazine illustrator, mural

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The following, submitted June 2005, is from Berkeley W. Cue, Jr., grandson of the artist.

Harold James Cue (born August 6, 1887/died 1961), was the son of James and Agnes Cue of Worcester, Massachusetts. He married Esther Mae Krantz. They had four children: twin sons Berkeley and Beverley, a son (Harold) James and a daughter Barbara Olive.

He began his married life living on 32 Atherton Road in Brookline, Massachusetts (at least until age 29) and he worked as a designer and illustrator at 384 Boylston Street in Boston. In the 1920 census his residence is listed as 28 Easton Street, Brighton, Massachusetts. He lived most of his life in Arlington, Massachusetts at 21 Walnut Avenue, moving there in 1928.

He was a graduate of the Massachusetts School of Art where he studied under Vesper George and Ernest Major. He has also studied at the Worcester Art Museum under Philip Hale, and J. Felton Brown of the Institute of Technology. He taught at the New School of Design and the Vesper George School of Art and also gave private lessons in illustration.

He illustrated many books (over forty have been identifies to date) and magazine covers ["Modern Priscilla" (1910's & 1920's), "National Sportsman" (1930's) and "Hunting & Fishing" (1930's)]. He is represented by murals in Lawrence, Massachusetts (three panel murals in the chancel were dedicated at the First Calvary Baptist Church in 1946 which was destroyed by fire on January 8, 1988) and Brookline, Massachusetts, Springfield, Vermont and in a church in Providence, Rhode Island.

His hobbies were hunting, fishing and gardening.


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