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  1. Harry George Peter (March 8, 1880 – January 2, 1958) was an American newspaper illustrator and cartoonist known for his work on the Wonder Woman comic book and for Bud Fisher of the San Francisco Chronicle.

  2. Harry George Peter (March 8, 1880 – January 2, 1958) is the co-creator of Wonder Woman who illustrated her earliest adventures in the 1940s. He often signed his name using initials as H.G. Peter...

  3. Aug 25, 2020 · Harry George (H.G.) Peter (1880 – 1958) is most well-known for bringing William Moulton Marston’s superhero Wonder Woman to life in October 1941. For the 61-year-old Peter, this was a great stepping stone so late in his career, and he stayed with the super Amazonian for the next two decades, until his passing in 1958.

  4. Harry George Peter (March 8, 1880 – 1958) [1] was a newspaper illustrator and cartoonist known for his work on the Wonder Woman comic book and for Bud Fisher of the San Francisco Chronicle. Biography. Harry George Peter was born in San Rafael, California, in 1880, the third of three children. [2]

  5. Harry G. Peter was an American comic artist, who enjoyed a long career, yet created his most famous work when he was already over 60. He was the first artist to draw the iconic superheroine 'Wonder Woman' (1941- ), created and scripted by psychologist William Moulton Marston .

  6. Sep 30, 2017 · Harry George Peter — or HG Peter as he was credited — was born in 1880 in San Rafael, California as the youngest of three children to French parents, Louis and Louisa. His career in comics started as the nineteenth century became the twentieth, as he produced comic strips for the local newspaper, the San Francisco Bulletin.

  7. Novels. When the Sleeper Wakes was reprinted in the first issue of Amazing Stories Quarterly in early 1928, under a cover by Frank R. Paul. Wells's works were reprinted in American science fiction magazines as late as the 1950s. The Time Machine (1895).

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