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She had a boy named Adam, who considered Dick his brother.
The one person to show him any kindness as a child was "Uncle Mac", who taught him how to survive in the real world.
His mother died in labor, and his father was killed from a kick by a spooked horse, an accident a ten-year-old Dick witnessed.
Dick was raised primarily by Archie's wife Abigail, who was physically and emotionally abusive to him.
She takes his virginity in a way that Weiner stated concerned "His relationship to sex and molestation" under orders to build a field hospital with only Private Whitman and shovels to assist him; all of his previous subordinates either deserted, or were captured or killed.
During an enemy artillery attack, Whitman causes an explosion by accident, killing Lieutenant Draper instantly. Army field hospital, presumed to be Lieutenant Draper, and is awarded the Purple Heart.
Mac was "with" Abigail's sister and ran the brothel where Dick and his half-brother Adam grew up after leaving the family farm.
Don marries his secretary, Megan Calvet, after which they move to a stylish, Upper East Side apartment on Park Avenue.He is considered a major asset to the company as he has considerable talent for understanding the desires of others and for effectively pitching and selling ideas.Because of this, he is occasionally courted by other advertising firms.In December 1963, Draper convinces Bert Cooper, Roger Sterling, and Lane Pryce, along with Peggy Olson, Pete Campbell, Joan Holloway, and Harry Crane, to leave Sterling Cooper rather than take their chances when they learn their parent company is being purchased by rival firm, Mc Cann Erickson.
They form the agency Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce (SCDP), working out of a hotel suite before moving to the Time-Life Building.Senior Partner and Creative Director, Sterling Cooper & Partners (season 6–present; End of Season 7 Part 1 for Creative Director) Founding Partner, Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce (seasons 4–6) Creative Director, Sterling Cooper (seasons 1–3) Donald Francis "Don" Draper is a fictional character and the protagonist of AMC's television series Mad Men, portrayed by Jon Hamm.