Frank H. Young studied at the Chicago Art Institute.
He worked as a cartoonist on a Colorado Springs newspaper and then
as an artist in advertising agencies in Salt Lake City, Seattle
and Portland. He was in the art department of the Los Angeles Times
and at Calkins and Holden advertising in New York. He assumed the
art directorship at Charles Daniel Frey Studios in Chicago and in
1922 he founded Frank H. Young studios. He was also founder and
director of the American Academy of Art in Chicago. His clients
include Pierce-Arrow, Packard, Palmolive, Buick, Schaefer Pen,
Union Pacific and others.