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Harold Eldridge

Illustrator

(1906 - )

Harold Eldridge

Harold E. Eldridge was born in England in 1906. As a child, he always wanted to draw. He lived in Canada for twelve years and loved horses. Then he lived in the United States for seven years.

Eldridge had a studio in New York. There, he illustrated many magazines. Then he met Walter Farley and began illustrating books.



Bibliography

The Black Stallion and Flame (1960)

When Alex Ramsay and the Black are on a plane that goes down over the Caribbean Sea, they find themselves on Azul Island - home of Flame!

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Harold Eldridge

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The Black Stallion Returns (1945)

Alec Ramsay learns that Black had been stolen and his rightful owner comes to reclaim him.

1945

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Harold Eldridge

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The Black Stallion Revolts (1953)

When his restless black stallion revolts against the routine and schedule of stable life, becoming a potential killer, a plane crash thwarts Alec’s plans to give the Black free run in the desert, and bringing danger to both boy and horse.

1953

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Harold Eldridge

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The Black Stallion’s Sulky Colt (1954)

When Tom Messenger is injured in an accident, it’s up to Alec Ramsay and Henry to race Bonfire in the Hambletonian.

1954

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Harold Eldridge

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The Island Stallion Races (1955)

With the help of an extraterrestrial visitor, Steve Duncan races Flame.

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Harold Eldridge

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The Island Stallion’s Fury (1951)

Steve Duncan and Pitch return to Azul Island and Flame - only to be met by a vicious intruder.

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Harold Eldridge

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