Leonard ( also known as Lenny) in New York City working as comic and graphic artist before and during the WWII years at CNS ( see bio).
Leonard Sansone in the US.Army ( (WWII).
Photo by Sgt. Milton Marder from the LIFE magazine article Speaking of Pictures featuring Leonard Sansone (1944)
Happy times in Sunny Florida: Sansone’s family: from left is his son Peter,his wife, Emily,his dad, Pat Sansone and his daughter, Maggie (Miami, Florida, 1960)
Leonard Sansone (with his family) moved to Miami and lived there from 1947 to 1963.
[ click on image to enlarge ] Time off! A family visit (1944): Emily, Lenny and his mom, Margaret Sansone.
[ click on image to enlarge ] Lenny at the CNS desk, Yank office, NYC. You can see a picture of Emily, his wife, on the back wall.
June 1957, Lenny with daughter Maggie
Lenny in Miami , in 1952 with his son Peter, Suzy the cat and his daughter Maggie.
Lenny as a baby ( 1917 withparents Margaret and Pat Sansone, Norwood, Mass.
[ click on image to enlarge ] Emily Sansone, Lenny’s wife, described this photo saying “A historic photo- taken in Havana, Cuba – just before Castro came into power. We [Lenny and Emily] were there Nov. 1957 with Ethel Fisher and others. Ethel was invited to show her paintings at the Museum in Havana (shown behind Lenny).”
Lenny (in the back row, far right) was on his college yearbook staff. for the 1939 Massachusettes School of Art yearbook