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Arthur Clark Farlow

Arthur Clark Farlow, American advertising executive.

Background

  • Farlow, Arthur Clark was born on November 29, 1904 in New Rochelle, New York, United States. Son of Edwin Castle and Jessie Buxton (Clark) Farlow.

  • Education

    • Student Columbia, 1922-1926.

    Career

    • With J. Walter Thompson Company, since 1927, successively member staff, New York City, manager office, Buenos Aires, St. Louis, Pacific Coast manager, San Francisco, vice president, New York City, 1927-1950, vice president, Chicago since 1950, now senior vice president, vice president J. Walter Thompson Company. New York City, since 1937, director, since 1953.

    Membership

    Served as colonel Army of the United States, 1942-1945, chief of Army orientation program, World World War World War II. Member Columbia University Alumni Federation (director 1951-1955), Church Federation Greater Chicago (chairman New Chicago spiritual goals committee), American Association Advertising Agilysys (Pacific Coast council), Chicago Association Commerce and Industry, The Art Institute of Chicago of Chicago Delta Upsilon. Clubs: Columbia University.

    Connections

    • Married Dorothy May Diemer, March 21, 1953. Children: Lesley June, Juliet Clark, Alison Emily Burton.
    • father: Edwin Castle Farlow
    • mother: Jessie Buxton (Clark) Farlow
    • spouse: Dorothy May Diemer
    • children: Lesley June Farlow
    • Juliet Clark Farlow
    • Alison Emily Burton Farlow
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    Born November 29, 1904
    Died February 10, 1967
    (aged 62)
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