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Weldon Dwight Woodson

Weldon Dwight Woodson, American writer. Member of insects, spiders, Conductor research poisonous reptiles, Herpetologists League, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

  • Woodson, Weldon Dwight was born on February 17, 1907 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of Neal William and Mary Margaret (Hooser) Woodson.

  • Career

    • Associate editor Welcome News, Los Angeles, 1933—1943. Writer Make It With Leather (formerly The Craftsman), Fort Worth, 1965—1985. Stringer Modern People, Franklin Park, Illinois, 1974—1976.

    Works

    • Reviewer On Target With Books, American Institute of Management, Chicago, 1978-1979. Co-author: Black Widow, America's Most Poisonous Spider, 1945, The Basics of Saddlemaking, 1984. Contributor articles to professional journals.

      Author: Natural History Roundup, 1934, Nature Writing- From Pliny to Peattie, 1935, Nutria - From Pen to Fur Salon, 1955, Illustrated Library of the Natural Sciences, 1958. Private tutor in writing., author nature counselor youth groups, film scripts in field.

      Lecturer writers week Redlands (California) University, 1954-1956.

    Politics

    A member of a Christian Church should support all social initiatives having a purpose to maintain and strengthen well-being and progress of the whole community and its members.

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    The sole basis for faith is the Bible and it is infallible.

    Denomination: Baptist

    Views

    A true Christian should help those in need, regardless of religious affiliation.

    Membership

    Member of insects, spiders, Conductor research poisonous reptiles, Herpetologists League, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

    Connections

    • Married Eva Freada Husted, September 15, 1943.
    • father: Neal William Woodson
    • mother: Mary Margaret (Hooser) Woodson
    • spouse: Eva Freada Husted
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    Born February 17, 1907
    Nationality
    • 1933 - 1943
      Associate editor Welcome News
    • 1965 - 1985
      writer, Make It With Leather (formerly The Craftsman)
      Fort Worth, Texas, United States
    • 1974 - 1976
      stringer Modern People
      Franklin Park, Illinois, United States