Clyde Daily (August 26, 1897—January 11, 1988) was an artist, farmer and business owner. He graduated from the Columbus Art School in 1930. After graduating, he and his wife Helen began by selling goat and cow milk. They then opened up a shop called Wild Hills Craft Shop, in which they restored clock faces, did reverse painting on glass, original oils, slag-glass jewelry, chair stenciling, and cane and rush seats. In retirement, Daily enjoyed landscape painting. He painted many country scenes, especially in the eastern part of Licking County. 
- Gloria Calentine Hoover, “Clyde Daily is painting again,” Newark Advocate (Newark, OH), Feb. 8, 1979.