Robert M. Chapin Jr.
Along with Richard Edes Harrison, Robert M. Chapin Jr. (fl. 1933 – 1970) was one of the most influential World War II and Cold War cartographers and illustrators. Trained as an architect, Chapin instead took a job as in-house cartographer at Newsweek. He quickly distinguished himself in the field, and was hired as the head of Time’s cartography department, a position he held for 33 years, from 1937 to 1970.
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