Wes Gallagher

Wes Gallagher, president of the Associated Press, earned his journalism spurs as a foreign correspondent. His by-lined dispatches from Europe and North Africa during World War II and his coverage of historic postwar events won him many honors. AP recalled him to New York in 1951 to become general executive in charge of the association’s … Continued

Wayne Miller

Wayne Miller is the president of the Redwood Region conservation Council and a former photojournalist. He freelanced for Life, Fortune, Ladies’ Home Journal, Colliers and Ebony. He won two consecutive Guggenheim Fellowships from 1946-1948 to photograph African-=Americans in the northern states. Miller has taught photography at the Institute of Design in Chicago and has been … Continued

Walter W. Smith

Red Smith, a legendary sports columnist for the New York Times, broke into newspapering in 1927 as a general assignment reporter for the Milwaukee Sentinel soon after graduating from Notre Dame. In 1928 he joined the St. Louis Star as a copyreader and soon went to sports. Smith headed east to the Philadelphia Record in … Continued

Walter Armbruster

In January, Walter Armbruster ws named executive vice president and corporate director of creative planning for D’Arcy-MacManus & Masius advertising agency. The appointment followed 36 years of experience as artist, print production manager, radio/TV producer, account executive, writer and executive creative director with the company. Armbruster has created advertising campaigns for products and services in … Continued