D. M. H.

D.M.H.

These initials stood for a writer of many of the histories in Canadian Heroes. It is likely he also went under D.H.

WORK:

WRITER:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Biography [Canadian Heroes]:

2-3, July 1943: “No. 1 Railroader: Sir Henry Thornton.” Illus., Hillenbrand: 22-24.

 

History [Canadian Heroes]:

1-6, Apr.1943: “Paratroops” Illus., Sid Barron: 1-4.

Review book text:

“Books You’ll Like.” Editor unidentified. Canadian Heroes,
2-3, July 1943: 64.

2-6, Oct. 1943: 47.

3-1, Nov./Dec. 1943: 56.

3-4, March 1944: 17.

3-5, April 1944: 22.

3-6, May 1944: 57.

4-1, June 1944: 27.

4-2, July 1944: 25.

 

“Books You’ll Like.” Ed., Rose Halparin. Canadian Heroes, 4-6,  January 1945: 24.

 

Serial career descriptions:

“Judge Goodwin Looks At ….” Writ., D.H. [Probably D.M.H.] Illus., Sid Barron. Canadian  Heroes... Black & white.
3-3, Feb. 1944: “…Nursing.”: 42-46.

 

3-5, April 1944: “(No. 8)… Librarianship”: 55-58.

4-1, June 1944: “(No. 10)… Agriculture”: 28-31.