Mark Trail by Jack Elrod

Tom Hill was an American cartoonist and naturalist from Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. Born Thom Jackson Hill Jr., he served in the US Navy during World War II and was the Air Medal for shooting down a number of Japanese planes. He became one of Ed Dodd's assistants on the ecological wildlife comic 'Mark Trail' in 1946. He was responsible for the art of the Sunday strip, that was dedicated to natural history and wildlife education. He was also involved in the artwork of the daily serials from 1950. Tom Hill passed away in 1978. 'Mark Trail' was continued to Dodd's other assistant, Jack Elrod.

Tom Hill's Mark Trail Sundays at mydelineatedlife.blogspot.com

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