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Don Herold (July 9, 1889 – June 1, 1966) was an [1 ] American humorist, writer, illustrator, and cartoonist who wrote and illustrated many books and was a contributor to national magazines. He was born in Bloomfield, Indiana to Otto F. Herold and Clara Huyer Herold. He graduated from high school in 1907 and went on to the Art Institute of Chicago until 1908 when he transferred to the Indiana University. He was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity and in 1913 he graduated with an A.B. degree. He married Katherine Porter Brown on August 12, 1916 and they had two children; one of whom was the writer Doris Herold Lund. He lived in Los Angeles in the 1920s and 1930s and New York City from 1940 to 1962. He died in Vero Beach, Florida.
Misattributed poem [ edit ]
Perhaps one of his more famous works is a poem called "I'd Pick More Daisies", also known as "If I had My Life to Live over", which was translated to Spanish as "
Instantes" and misattributed to [2 ] Jorge Luis Borges.
Publications [ edit ]
So Human (1924)
Bigger and Better (1924)
There Ought to be a Law (1926)
Our Compassionate Goldfish (1927)
Strange Bedfellows (1930)
Doing Europe and Vice-Versa (1931)
Enlarging Is Thrilling or The Joy Of Making Big Ones Out Of Little Ones (1945)
Typographical Handbook (1946)
Love That Golf (1952)
Drunks are Driving me to Drink (1953)
The Happy Hypochondriac (1962)
Humor in Advertising (1963)
Adventures in Golf (1965)
So you're going to be an engineer (1949) keuffel & Esser Co.
There is nobody so irritating as somebody with less intelligence and more sense than we have.
Moralizing and morals are two entirely different things and are always found in entirely different people.
The brighter you are, the more you have to learn.
There's one thing about baldness; it's neat.
Work is a form of nervousness.
Man is the only animal that plays poker.
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