Name:

    L. B. Cole Studio Type: Studio Name

Other Names:

  1. Cole Studio Type: Common Alternative Name

Relations:

  1. Employer of - Nina Albright (b. 1907)
    Notes: Albright did pencil and ink work for the studio, from 1944 to 1945.
  2. Employer of - Jack Alderman
    Notes: Did pencils and inks work for L. B. Cole Studio from 1944 to 1945.
  3. Employer of - Tony DiPreta (b. 1921)
    Notes: Did pencils and inks work for the shop from 1944 to 1945.
  4. Employer of - John Giunta (b. 1920)
    Notes: Giunta did pencil and ink work for the studio from 1944 to 1945.
  5. Employer of - Ezra Jackson (b. 1926)
    Notes: Jackson may have done pencil and ink work for the studio from 1944 to 1945. All such work is unconfirmed, however.
  6. Employer of - Seymour Lapan
    Notes: Seymour Lapan may have worked for the studio, though unconfirmed, from 1944 to 1945.
  7. Employer of - Paul Parker (b. 1926)
    Notes: Parker possibly did pencil and ink work for the studio circa 1944 to circa 1945. This work is unconfirmed.
  8. Employer of - Charles Quinlan Sr. (b. 1899)
    Notes: Quinlan was a writer and did pencil and ink work for the studio from 1944 to 1945. The work possibly was for Majestic Studios.