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[[File:Placeholder|right|300px]] Albert Schweitzer became the fifth [[Weatherbird Artists|Weatherbird Artist]] when Amadee retired in 1981. He is known for drawing Weatherbird with bow-ties and having several Birds drawn ahead of time in case of emergencies. He was also the first to draw Weatherbird in color. Schweitzer wanted to give the Weatherbird a personality of his own, but keep him fimiliar to readers. He retired from the Post-Dispatch in 1986, after 41 years of working at the Post
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[[File:Placeholder|right|300px]] Albert Schweitzer became the fifth [[Weatherbird Artists|Weatherbird Artist]] when Amadee retired in 1981. He is known for drawing Weatherbird with bow-ties and having several Birds drawn ahead of time in case of emergencies. He was also the first to draw Weatherbird in color. Schweitzer wanted to give the Weatherbird a personality of his own, but keep him fimiliar to readers. He retired from the Post-Dispatch in 1986, after 41 years of working at the Post, and [[Dan Martin]] took over.

Latest revision as of 01:48, 23 July 2012

Albert Schweitzer became the fifth Weatherbird Artist when Amadee retired in 1981. He is known for drawing Weatherbird with bow-ties and having several Birds drawn ahead of time in case of emergencies. He was also the first to draw Weatherbird in color. Schweitzer wanted to give the Weatherbird a personality of his own, but keep him fimiliar to readers. He retired from the Post-Dispatch in 1986, after 41 years of working at the Post, and Dan Martin took over.