Not sure where to post this. My dad was drafted into the US Army in 1942. Because of his talent and experience in art he was ordered by General Clark (not Mark Clark, sorry I don't know Clark's first name) at the Middletown, PA air base to paint a mural. The mural was 6 feet high by 100 feet long in the officers club on the Middletown PA base. All my dad did was artwork for the general during WW2. Did anyone see this mural or does anyone know about it? It was similar to the "Flintstones" cartoon about cavemen soldiers at the air base during prehistoric times. At the end of the war, my dad thinks the mural was removed and transported to Texas but was "lost" in transit.