|Robert Greenhalgh, a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, was just beginning his career as an illustrator for The Chicago Tribune and Esquire magazine when he was drafted into the Army. As a well regarded Yank Magazine staff artist during the war, Greenhalgh painted and fought in Guam and Bougainville, and received the Award of Distinctive Merit from the Art Directors Club for his work depicting the war. After being discharged from the Army, Greenhalgh had a successful career as a Television Art Director at Young and Rubicam advertising agency. Now retired, he lives in New City, New York.|
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