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Aubrey E. Taylor

Aubrey E. Taylor, American publicist. Club: National Press (Board of Governors 1931-1933).

Background

  • Taylor, Aubrey E. was born on July 19, 1899 in Washington, District of Columbia. Son of John E. and Sarah Elizabeth (West) Taylor.

  • Education

    • Educated Business High School, Washington, District of Columbia.

    Career

    • Reporter with Washington Times, 1916-1917. With Washington Post, 1917, as reporter, until 1925, city editor, 1925-1930, assistant managing editor, 1930, managing editor, 1931, 32. Washington representative National Economy League, 1933.

      Assistant director public relations, Public Works Administration, 1933. Assistant director information, unites states department of the Interior, 1937-1939. Director of information, Public Works Administration, 1939-1940.

      Specialist, Federal Works Agency, 1941, assistant director of information, 1942-1944, director of information, 1944-1945.

    Membership

    Club: National Press (Board of Governors 1931-1933).

    Connections

    • Married Jane E. Boudwin, September 29, 1927. Children: Ellen Blanch, Jane Elizabeth.
    • father: John E. Taylor
    • mother: Sarah Elizabeth (West) Taylor
    • spouse: Jane E. Boudwin
    • children: Ellen Blanch Taylor
    • Jane Elizabeth Taylor
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    Born July 19, 1899
    Died April 22, 1947
    (aged 47)
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