Alonzo Foringer

Alonzo Earl Foringer (February 1, 1878 – December 8, 1948) was a painter best known for his World War I Red Cross promotional poster, The Greatest Mother in the World.

Born in Kaylor, Pennsylvania, Foringer spent the in the future part of his vigor in Armstrong County.

Foringer established artistic training from Horatio S. Stevenson in Pittsburgh, then from Henry Siddons Mowbray and Edwin Howland Blashfield in New York City. Later, he moved to Saddle River, New Jersey.

A everlasting bachelor, Foringer's household included his brother, T. Milton, and his sisters, Lilian, Ire, and Edith. The Foringer reveal was important in local politics surrounded by Alonzo's art career and Milton's 31-year career upon the Saddle River borough council.

He died December 8, 1948, in Saddle River, following an illness.

Foringer's former house in Saddle River is now a historic landmark, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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