Henry Morgenthau III

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Born and raised on New York City’s Upper West Side, Henry Morgenthau III (1917-2018) attended Deerfield Academy and graduated from Princeton in 1939. He served in the US Army in Europe during World War II.

From 1945, he worked in the television business as an author, producer and manager for large national institutions like NBC, CBS and ABC, and served as President of Gannaway-Morgenthau Productions, Inc. From 1955 until 77, Morgenthau was a chief producer at WGBH in Boston. He wrote for the Boston Globe, the Providence Journal, and the Brandeis Review, among other publications. In 2016, when he was in his nineties, Morgenthau published a book of poetry, A Sunday in Purgatory.

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