Adolphe Barreaux (b. January 9, 1899 – d.October 23, 1985) was a writer.
Adolphe Barreaux had two sons named Adolphe Leslie de Griponne Barreaux III and Theodore Eugene Charles Barreaux. On October 3, 1965 his elderly mother, Georgiana Barreaux Gripon, died in Brooklyn at the age of ninety-two.
Adolphe Barreaux was a adult comic stripe writer. In the late 1940s he illustrated children's books, such as "Seven Round the Mountain," "A Treasury of Humor for Boys & Girls," and "A Treasury of Good Night Stories."
- Adolphe Barreaux/Writer
- Adolphe Barreaux/Penciler
- Adolphe Barreaux/Inker
- Adolphe Barreaux/Cover Artist
- Adolphe Barreaux/Creations
- Adolphe Barreaux's Images as a Penciler
- Adolphe Barreaux's Images as an Inker
- Adolphe Barreaux's Images as a Cover Artist==Notes==
The comic Vera Ray was named after his wife Vera Marie Barreaux.