Nebraska Authors

Glen Fleischmann

Born 1909-02-23 Manley, NE (USA)

Died 1985-05-10
Yonkers, NY (USA)

Buried
Ashland, NE (USA)
Ashland Cemetery

Places Lived

Manley, NE
Ashland, NE
Louisville, NE
Bronxville, NY

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Visual Work

Keywords

Illustration; Fiction

Education

High School Diploma, Louisville High School, Louisville, NE
Vogue School of Art, Chicago, IL

Occupation

Advertising and Magazine Illustrator
Fashion Artist
Free-lance Writer

Places Worked

Meyer Both Advertising Agency, Chicago, IL
Macy's Department Store, New York, NY
Saturday Evening Post
Colliers
Woman's Home Companion

Produced advertising for several national firms and magazines

Honors

Most Popular Ad Award for Swan Soap, Art Directors Show, 1943

Associations

Authors Guild
Authors League of America

Bibliography

While Rivers Flow. 1963.
The Cherokee Removal, 1838: An Entire Indian Nation is Forced Out of its Homeland. 1971. (A Junior Literary Guild selection)

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