logo logo

Lloyd George Whitebrook

Lloyd George Whitebrook, American advertising executive. Decorated Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster. Served to captain Army of the United States, 1942-1946.; Member Advertising; Club New York City, Reserve Officers Association.

Background

  • Whitebrook, Lloyd George was born on May 24, 1919 in New York City. Son of Henry W. and Corinne (Baum) Whitebrook.

  • Education

    • Student Columbia, 1936.

    Career

    • Assistant advertising and sales manager Askin Stores, New York City, 1938-1939. Sales manager, vice president Bruce, Richards Corporation, New York City, 1939-1941. Executive vice president, Ben Sackheim, Inc., New York City, 1941-1952.

      Instructor advertising College City New York, 1946-1947. President Technicraft Pictures, Inc., New York City, 1947. Vice president Joseph Katz Company, Baltimore and New York City, 1952-1954.

      President Whitebrook Company, Inc., New York City, since 1954. Vice president Kastor, Farrell, Chesley & Clifford, Inc., New York City, 1955-1958, executive vice president, 1958-1961. Executive vice-president, director, Executive Committee Kastor, Hilton, Chesley, Clifford & Atherton.

      Inc., New York City, Chicago and Toronto, 1959-1961. Vice-president, director African Fair, Inc., since 1958. Counsel on public relations to Dalai Lama, 1959.

      President Campaign Advisory & Research Corporation, New York City, since 1960, Communications Research & Advisory Corporation, since 1961. Television and radio adviser to Mayor New York City, since 1957. Lecturer political science and political communications Rutgers University, Columbia, Sarah Lawrence College Director advertising public relations for Stevenson Presidential Campaign, 1952, Governor Meyner of New Jersey, Mayor Wagner of New York City campaigns, 1953-1957, Governor Harriman of New York and Governor Leader of Pennsylvania campaigns, 1954, numerous others.

      National chairman junior Division Joint Distribution Committee, 1939-1941. Chairman speakers div. William Allen White Committee to Defend American by Aiding Allied, 1940-1942.

    Works

    • Author articles television revolution in political campaigning.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Served to captain Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Member Advertising; Club New York City, Reserve Officers Association. Clubs: Circus Saints and Sinners, Harmonie (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Ann Wilson, November 30, 1957. Children: Thomas K., Andrew J. With N. D. Waters & Associates.
    • father: Henry W. Whitebrook
    • mother: Corinne (Baum) Whitebrook
    • spouse: Elizabeth Ann Wilson
    • children: Thomas K. Whitebrook
    • Andrew J. With N. D. Waters & Assos Whitebrook
    See on larger map
    Born March 24, 1919
    Died July 22, 1962
    (aged 43)
    Nationality

    Award