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Helen Mayer Harrison, Leader in Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 90

2018-04-13T23:45:06+0000

With her husband, Newton, she formed an artistic team that examined ecosystems, global warming and related subjects in innovative ways.


Helen Mayer Harrison, Leader in Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 90

2018-04-13T23:45:06+0000

With her husband, Newton, she formed an artistic team that examined ecosystems, global warming and related subjects in innovative ways.


Helen Mayer Harrison, Leader in Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 90

2018-04-13T23:45:06+0000

With her husband, Newton, she formed an artistic team that examined ecosystems, global warming and related subjects in innovative ways.


Paid Notice: Deaths KNOX, ELINOR MAYER

2004-12-28T05:00:00+0000

KNOX -- Elinor Mayer. 1914-2004. Born in Chicago to Elias and Lucille Mayer, Elinor lived most of her life in New York. She died after a brief illness at Lenox Hill Hospital. A worldwide photojournalist during and after college, Elinor excelled at competitive sports. Intially an accomplished equestrienne, Elinor later played tennis, and finally declared golf as her favorite pastime. Elinor is survived by her children, Linda Dorsey, Richard Kops and Debi Kops; grandchildren, Bryan Dorsey, Gregory ...


Helen Mayer Harrison, Leader in Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 90

2018-04-13T23:45:06+0000

With her husband, Newton, she formed an artistic team that examined ecosystems, global warming and related subjects in innovative ways.


Helen Mayer Harrison, Leader in Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 90

2018-04-13T23:45:06+0000

With her husband, Newton, she formed an artistic team that examined ecosystems, global warming and related subjects in innovative ways.


Helen Mayer Harrison, Leader in Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 90

2018-04-13T23:45:06+0000

With her husband, Newton, she formed an artistic team that examined ecosystems, global warming and related subjects in innovative ways.


Paid Notice: Deaths KNOX, ELINOR MAYER

2004-12-28T05:00:00+0000

KNOX -- Elinor Mayer. 1914-2004. Born in Chicago to Elias and Lucille Mayer, Elinor lived most of her life in New York. She died after a brief illness at Lenox Hill Hospital. A worldwide photojournalist during and after college, Elinor excelled at competitive sports. Intially an accomplished equestrienne, Elinor later played tennis, and finally declared golf as her favorite pastime. Elinor is survived by her children, Linda Dorsey, Richard Kops and Debi Kops; grandchildren, Bryan Dorsey, Gregory ...


Paid Notice: Deaths KNOX, ELINOR MAYER

2004-12-28T05:00:00+0000

KNOX -- Elinor Mayer. 1914-2004. Born in Chicago to Elias and Lucille Mayer, Elinor lived most of her life in New York. She died after a brief illness at Lenox Hill Hospital. A worldwide photojournalist during and after college, Elinor excelled at competitive sports. Intially an accomplished equestrienne, Elinor later played tennis, and finally declared golf as her favorite pastime. Elinor is survived by her children, Linda Dorsey, Richard Kops and Debi Kops; grandchildren, Bryan Dorsey, Gregory ...


Helen Mayer Harrison, Leader in Eco-Art Movement, Dies at 90

2018-04-13T23:45:06+0000

With her husband, Newton, she formed an artistic team that examined ecosystems, global warming and related subjects in innovative ways.



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