Nicholas Afonsky, 51, artist for Sunday Little Orphan Annie strip, 16 June 1943.
Carl Anderson, 83, creator of the Henry comic strip, 4 November 1948.
Harold MacDonald Anderson, 64, editorial writer on the staff of the New York Sun; author of the famous editorial "Lindbergh Flies Alone," which appeared when Charles A. Lindbergh was making his solo flight to France in 1927, 26 December 1940.
Millard V. Atwood, 55, newspaper editor, 3 November 1941.
Ray Stanard Baker, 76, prolific author and magazine editor, awarded the 1940 Pulitzer Prize for his biography of Woodrow Wilson, 12 July 1946.
Stuart Ballantine, 47, radio engineer, 7 May 1944.
Ralph W. Barnes, 41, foreign correspondent of the New York Herald Tribune, 19 November 1940.
Nat A. Barrows, 44, journalist and correspondent for the Boston Globe, famous...
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