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 Harold William McCauley  (1913 - 1977)

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Lived/Active: Illinois      Known for: illustration

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Ad Code: 3
Harold W McCauley
from Auction House Records.
Amazing Stories, pulp cover, August 1942
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:

The following comes from the artist's daughter, Kim McCauley:

My father, H. W. McCauley, was born 7-11-13 in Chicago, Illinois.  He was an only son raised by his father and maternal grandmother as his mother died within months of his birth.  He was an exceptionally kind person who always considered others first.  His father was also known for his goodness. 

Dad went to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and apprenticed under Haddon Sunblom.  Haddon and Dad used each other for models and Haddon used himself for the likeness of the Coca Cola Santa, he used my dad for the likeness for the Quaker Oats Man.  My mother was also a model and that's how they met.  She came by for a modeling job at his studio on Campbell St. and did not trust this setup.  She kept the cab out front the whole time using up all the money she made on that job.  Well, they were married about a year later so I guess she changed her mind about trusting him.  They stayed married for the rest of dad's life, 26 years later. 

Dad did the Coca Cola girls of the 50's called Mac Girls.  Yes, mom was one of them. 

Dad used to tell us wonderful stories of his youth and working at the Triganon Theater.


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