Merna Evelyn Gamble Lindermayor (January 17, 1910 — February 6, 2013) was an artist who drew an adaptation of Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities for DC Comics predecessor National Allied Newspaper Syndicate's New Comics/New Adventure Comics #4-25.
Life & CareerEdit
Gamble was born on a farm in Gibbon, Nebraska, to William and Cora Gamble. She went to New York to study art, which led to a life-long career as an artist. In addition to her comics work, she had illustrations published in such magazines as Life and Look.
At some point, she married artist and animator John Lindermayor. Their son, Arnold, was also an artist. She moved to Arizona temporarily in the 1970s, then permanently in 1995. She passed away at the age of 103 in Sedona, Arizona.
- "Sedona Centenarian Project", City of Sedona, AZ. Published 13 Jan 2012. Accessed 18 Dec 2017.
- 1910 US Census record
- 1920 US Census record
- "Merna Evelyn Lindermayor", United States Public Records.
- Doyle, Harrison. Golden Chia: Ancient Indian Energy Food. pg. 31.
See Merna Gamble's credits at the Grand Comics Database.
See Merna Gamble's entry on Bails' Who's Who of American Comic Books.