Harry Otis Kennedy was a Chicago graphic artist at the turn of the twentieth century. He illustrated Baum's The Army Alphabet and The Navy Alphabet (both 1900), and also provided pictures for three stories in Baum's American Fairy Tales (1901).

The success of Baum's Father Goose in 1899 inspired a range of imitations. Kennedy worked on two of these: Jingleman Jack (1901), with James O'Dea; and Old Mother Hubbard (1902), with Charles Jerome Costello.

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