Harry L. Tower, Jr. (April 9, 1912 - March 5, 2001) was an American artist. Born in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Tower served as a radio operator in a B-24 with the 409th Bomber Squadron of the 93rd Bomb Group in Norwich, England and North Africa during World War II and earned the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters and the Distinguished Flying Cross. He was a graduate of the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts and worked in charcoal, oil, and watercolors. His early art career was in advertising, creating illustrations of furniture for newspaper advertisements. Tower had a particular fondness for painting landscapes and was also known for his paintings of his home golf course, the Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit, New Jersey. He married his wife Loris Gross Tower, after he returned from World War II.