The following was submitted in September of 2006 by his William Clay:
Harold L. Clay (signed as H Clay, on all but his early work) was born in August 1926 in Franklin, Pennsylvania and raised just outside of Franklin, in a community called Rocky Grove. While in school he was encouraged to draw by a grade school teacher who saw potential in his cartoon drawings of planes and trains. Graduating early from Rocky Grove High School, he joined the Army Air Force in the spring of 1944 and was trained for electronic repairs for bombers and land-based radio transmitters. Sent overseas, Harold was subsequently discharged in 1946 and, with the GI Bill firmly in hand, he enrolled not long after at the Art Institute of Pittsbu
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