On this day, January 29, 1907, illustrator John Ford Clymer was born in Ellensburg, Washington. Clymer first studied art through the Federal School correspondence course and then moved to Canada where he studies and began his illustration career. Late in the 1930s Clymer relocated to Westport, Connecticut and made his name specializing in human-interest story images for The Saturday Evening Post and other magazines.
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