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Jane Frances Aaron

 (1948 - 2015)
Jane Frances Aaron was active/lived in New York.  Jane Aaron is known for children's book illustration, animation, filmmaking.

Jane Frances Aaron

Following is The New York Times obituary of Jane Aaron.

Jane Aaron, a filmmaker and children’s book illustrator who brought young viewers the letter “X,” the numbers 1 through 20 and other lessons in dozens of instructive animated shorts on Sesame Street, died on June 27 in Manhattan. She was 67.

The cause was cancer, her husband, Skip Blumberg, said.

Ms. Aaron’s animated films have been shown in museums around the world, but her work found its widest audience on Sesame Street, the groundbreaking and popular children’s education program that has been broadcast on PBS stations since 1969.

Mixing live-action footage with animated images, Ms. Aaron’s signature letters and numbers sprouted from s  ...  Displaying 750 of 4336 characters.

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About  Jane Frances Aaron

Born:  1948 - Manhattan, New York City
Died:   2015 - Manhattan, New York City
Known for:  children's book illustration, animation, filmmaking