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Jacobson, Sidney

LC control no.n 88640676
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Personal name headingJacobson, Sidney
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Variant(s)Jacobson, Sid, 1929-
Associated countryU.S.
LocatedLos Angeles, Calif.
Birth date19291020
Place of birthNew York, N.Y.
Profession or occupationManaging editor Comic book author Songwriter Novelist Biographer
Found innuc88-67394: His Streets of gold, c1985 (hdg. on MdBE rept.: Jacobson, Sidney; usage: Sidney Jacobson)
His Another time, 1989: CIp t.p. (Sidney Jacobson) pub. info. (exec. ed. of a major New York pub. co.; lives in New York City)
Pete Reiser, 2004: CIP t.p. (Sidney Jacobson) data sheet (b. Oct. 20, 1929; lives in Los Angeles)
Email from pub., June 21, 2004: (author of Pete Reiser and Another time are the same person)
LCCN 2006924343: His The 9/11 report, c2006 (usage: Sid Jacobsen) pub.-supplied biog. info. (Sid Jacobson was the managing editor and editor in chief for Harvey Comics, where he created Richie Rich, and executive editor at Marvel Comics)
Biog. resource center, Nov. 21, 2006 (Sidney Jacobson; b. Oct. 20, 1929, New York, N.Y.)
Wikipedia, viewed Apr. 11, 2013: Sid Jacobson p. (Sid Jacobson (born October 20, 1929) is an American writer, having worked in the fields of children's comic books, popular music, fiction, biography, and non-fiction comics. In the 1950s and 1960s, while working at Harvey Comics, Jacobson wrote songs for such pop acts as Frankie Avalon, Dion and the Belmonts, and Johnny Mathis--despite the fact that Jacobson didn't read music; published the novel Streets of Gold)
Associated languageeng