Harry Francis Campbell, who also worked under the pen name Harrison Camp, was educated at George Washington University. He worked on comic books from the late 1930s to the early 1940s through Funnies Inc. He did art on features like 'Dean Denton' and 'The Kind of Darkness' for Centaur Comics, and contributed text and illustrations to Eastern Color Pringing and the David McCay Comics Group.
Wizard Wells - Behind Locked Doors (Crack Comics #14, July 1941)
He was writer and artist on several features for Hillman Periodicals ('Homicide Hank', 'Mosquito'), Novelty Comics ('Lucky Bird') and Quality Comics ('Ace of Space', 'Wizard Well's, 'The Scarlet Seal', 'John Law'), often in collaboration with H. Weston Taylor. Campbell additionally ran an advertising agency and worked as and artist for trade magazines.
Ace of Spades