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Many, many thanks to Jesús Sánchez for the two original drawings.
Henry Syverson (from What's Funny About That? (1954))
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Hello: I have a single piece of jewelry featuring a wonderful comical plane that Henry Syverson created on behalf of my late Mom and Dad for their original restaurant (The CAVU)in Wallkill, New York. My Mom sold a few pieces of jewelry featuring the smiling plane caricature in a small gift shop she had in the front entrance to the CAVU (tie tacks, woman's pendant(that's what I have), cufflinks I think, etc.) I believe he made the CAVU cartoon under contract for my Mom who started the restaurant in the 1950's. (modeled after a summer home style of architecture that we had on Cape Cod). The restaurant is still around now branded as the Nu CAVU. I'm wondering if anyone has contacts for his children - just hoping to get some insight into the artwork. My father passed June 2016 and regrettably in his last years, I was not able to get a clear idea of how the art work creation transpired. Thank you!
I have one of his old cat christmas cards, I could send a copy of it to someone who cares about it.
Henry Syverson died on Aug.12, 2007
I am trying to find out if Henry Syverson is still among up
Used to buy his Christmas cards, but cannot find them this year
Thanks for any info you have
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