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Born In Boston, MA March 23, 1917
Grew up in Oak Square, Brighton, MA
He joined the Civilian Conservation Corps in the laye 1930's following his graduation from Brighton High School
As a youth growing up during the Great Depression, Harry took advantage of opportunities offered by the State and Federal Government which gave young people a chance to work and help to support their families
Worked on the Quabbin Reservoir Project
Served in the United States Army Air Corps in the early 1940s  during  World War II
Was a lobster fisherman throughout the late 40s and early 50s In Maine
Graduated from the New England School of Art where he majored in advertising
Studied oil painting under two well known North Shore artists in the 1960s and 1970s: Ed Harrigan and Emille Groppe
Worked as a letter Carrier in Brighton/Alston, MA in the 1950s and early 1960s
Worked for the State of Massachusetts up until 1977 when he moved to Maine to retire with his family and pursue his art career
Married his wife, Rose in 1976
Experienced the birth of his only child, a son May 10, 1978
Sold his seascapes from several giftshops, stores, and from his home in Wells, ME
Died November 22, 1998 at the age of 81
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