Vernon Greene was a successful cartoonist. Born in Washington State, by 1927 he was drawing newspaper cartoons for the Portland (Oregon) Telegram. From 1934 to 1937 he worked for the New York Mirror. Meanwhile he was freelancing for magazines and books. He started drawing syndicated comic strips and comic books in 1940, starting with The Shadow, and later drew Polly and Her Pals, and Bringing Up Father. An active member of the National Cartoonists Society, he served as vice president for two years. In 1964, he was awarded their Silver T-Square Award. His papers are at Syracuse University.
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