My grandma found out that the person she grew up believing was her dad was actually not her father. Through ancestry.com she found that a person named Verdun P. Cook is her father. He was a Black graphic designer who was a Sergeant that served in the 92nd division of World War II, the segregated "Colored Unit" known as the Buffalo Soldiers. He’d been a photographer prior to the war so during he was a staff photographer in the communication dept of his division. After the war he worked as an art director. This is a collection of what I can find of his work.