HILLENBRAND Joseph

HILLENBRAND Joseph B.

Born 1910 in Hoboken New Jersey, U.S.A. One of the principals of Educational Projects Inc.

Died 1966.

WORK:

CARTOONIST:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Announcement [Canadian Heroes]:

5-1, February 1945: “Boy Scout Week”: 33.

Award honour [Canadian Heroes]:

5-1, February 1945: “Cornwall Badge Winner (The Victoria Cross of Scouting): Ralph Moses”: 20.

5-1, February 1945: “Cornwall Badge Winner (The Victoria Cross of Scouting): Robert Oke”: 57.

Biography [Canadian Heroes]:

5-4, July 1945: “Stanley: 44th Governor-General of Canada 1888-1893”: 34-37.

Information [Canadian Heroes]:

3-1, Nov./Dec. 1943: “Canadian Facts and Oddities”: 64.

4-2, July 1944: “Canadian Youth Hostels”: 1-4.

Journalism [Canadian Heroes]:

3-5, April 1944.: “Canada At Work: Power for Aluminum: The Story of Shipshaw No. 2”: 1-8.

Journalism [Canadian Heroes]:

1-1, Oct. 1942: “Everyday Heroes.” (Boy Scouts): 47-48.

3-1, Nov./Dec. 1943: “Heroes All.” R.L. Hennessy.” Car., Jos (Hillenbrand?): 49.

“World of Tomorrow.” Canadian Heroes…. Educational Projects Inc. Black & white.
3-3, Feb., 1944: “… Transportation”: 30-34.

3-4, March 1944: “. . . Education”: 34-36.

3-5, April 1944: “. . . Entertainment”: 43-46.

3-6, May 1944: “. . . Food-Clothing”: 60-63.

4-1, June 1944: “. . . Home – Life Pt. 1”: 40-43.

4-2, July 1944: “. . . Home – Life Pt. 2”: 38-40.

4-6, Jan. 1945: “. . . Power”: 21-23.

5-3, June 1945: “. . . Dream Dept”: 42-44.

5-4, July 1945: “. . .”: 19-22.

5-5, Sept. 1945: “Dream Dept Special”: 22-25.

ILLUSTRATOR:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Biography [Canadian Heroes]:

1-1, Oct. 1942: “Robert Shankland, V.C. D.C.M.” Writ., G. Edelstein: 18-20.

1-2, Nov. 1942: “Alexander Mackenzie, The Stone Mason Who Became a Great Liberal Prime Minister.” Writ., G.E.: 27-31.

1-6, Apr.1943: “Lieut. Jean Brillant V.C., M.C.” Writ., Shatan: 5-8..

2-3, July 1943: “Lt. Col. Raymond Collishaw.” Writ., Winters: 10-16.

2-3, July 1943: “No. 1 Railroader: Sir Henry Thornton.” Writ., D.M.H.: 22-24.

2-6, Oct. 1943: “49th Governor-General of Canada: Duke Of Devonshire.” Writ., unidentified. 5-7.

3-1, Nov./Dec. 1943: “ Captain Sigtryggur Jonasson.” Writ., Tassy: 12-15.

3-3, Feb., 1944: “John Travers Cornwall V.C.” Writ., F.K.: 12-17.

3-4, March 1944: “Maisonneuve.” Writ., SONAP.: 22-26.

3-5, April 1944: “Mother To Thousands: Lillian Freiman O.B.E.” Co- writ., R.H. [Rose Halperin?] & J.H. Joseph Hillenbrand?]: 9-14.

3-6, May 1944: “Madelene De Verchères: Canada’s First Girl Scout.” Writ., Michael. Illus., unidentified probably Hillenbrand: 44-48.

4-1, June 1944: “Pilot Officer Robert Burns Charters D.F.M.” Writ., H.J.H. (Harry J. Halperin): 12-14.

4-1, June 1944: “Colonel Elizabeth Lawrie Smellie C.B.E., R.R.C. L.L.D.: A Tribute To A Canadian Nurse.” Writ., F.K.: 15-20.

4-6, January 1945: “Winston Churchill.” Writ., M.G.: 14-19.

5-3, June 1945: “Edward Johnston: Metropolitan Opera Assistant.” Writ., Rose Halperin: 17-21.

History [Canadian Heroes]:

1-1, Oct. 1942: “The Story of the Northwest Mounted Police.” Writ., R.S.: 12-17.

1-6, Apr.1943: “The Story of Tank Production.” Writ., Leison: 21-25.

Journalism [Canadian Heroes]::

5-1, February 1945: “Boy Scouts Of Canada.” Writ., unidentified: 2-11.

Serial history:

“The History of Canada.”  Writer, unidentified. Canadian Heroes. Black & white.
2-6, Oct. 1943: “Part 9”: 48-57.

Nov./Dec. 1943: “Part 10”: 3-1, 45-48.

3-4, March 1944: “Part. 13”: 42-45.

3-5, April 1944: Part. 14:  20-23.

3-6, May 1944: Part. 15:  23-26.

4-1, June 1944: Part 16: 1837 Rebellion”: 58-59.

4-2, July 1944: Part 17: 1837 Rebellion”: 55-58.

4-6, January 1945: “Part 21”: 34-37

5-1: February 1945. No episode.

5-3, June 1945: “Canada & the U.S Civil War”. 50-53.

5-4 July 1945: “Canada & the U.S Civil War”: 52-55.

5-5 Sept. 1945: “Quebec Conference”: 1864. 49-51.

Information text:

“A Vegetable Garden.” Writ., Heather Tinkoff. Canadian Heroes,
5-3, June 1945: 48-49. 5-4, July 1945: 32-33. 5-5, Sept. 1945: 35-36.

Information [Canadian Heroes]:

3-3, Feb., 1944: “The Cornwall Scout Badge.” Writ., F.K.: 18.

5-1, February 1945: “Fire Effects and Prevention”: Writ., Morton: 34-37.

Novella text

“The Secret Of The Dungeon.” Writ., Charles Clay. Canadian Heroes,
“Ch. 1-2.” 5-3, June 1945: 9-11.

“Ch. 3-4.” 5-4, July 1945: 15-17.

“Ch. 5-6.” 5-5, Sept.: 45-47.


CO-WRITER:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Biography [Canadian Heroes]::

3-5, April 1944: “Mother To Thousands: Lillian Freiman O.B.E.” Co- writ., R.H. [Rose Halperin?] &

J.H. {Joseph Hillenbrand?] Illus., J. Hillenbrand:9-14.

GALLERY:

C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE BY CARTOONIST\H\HILLENBRAND, Joseph, Canadian Heroes, 2-3, July 1943, 10.jpg

Canadian Heroes, 2-3, July 1943: 10.

An example of Hillenbrand using graphics to inject interest in a rather prosaic story.

C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE BY CARTOONIST\H\HILLENBRAND J. J., Canadian Heroes, 3-5, apr 1944, 3 .jpg

“Canada At Work: Power for Aluminum: The Story Of Shipshaw #2.” Canadian Heroes, 3-5, April 1944: 3.

C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE BY CARTOONIST\H\HILLENBRAND, J, Canadian Heroes, 5-3, June 1945,17 _0002.jpg

Canadian Heroes, 5-3, June 1945: 17.