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Eleanor Clymer

Eleanor Clymer, American author. Member Authors Guild (past member council, chairman children's book committee).

Background

  • Clymer, Eleanor was born on January 7, 1906 in New York City. Daughter of Eugene and Rose (Fourman) Lowenton.

  • Education

    • Student, Barnard College, 1925. Bachelor, University Wisconsin, 1927. Postgraduate, New York University, Bank St. College, New York City.

    Works

    • Horse in the Attic
    • Twelve-year-old Caroline's discovery of a forgotten painting in the family barn leads to her father's restoration of the portrait of Sprite, a filly in the Racehorse Hall of Fame, and a revelation about the previous owners of their old house.
    • The HORSE IN THE ATTIC
    • Twelve-year-old Caroline's discovery of a forgotten painting in the family barn leads to her father's restoration of the portrait of Sprite, a filly in the Racehorse Hall of Fame, and a revelation about the previous owners of their old house.
    • Luke Was There
    • Chronicles a young boy's search for security after his stepfather leaves home, his mother becomes ill and goes to the hospital, and he and his brother are placed in a children's home.

    Membership

    Member Authors Guild (past member council, chairman children's book committee).

    Connections

    • Married Kinsey Clymer, March 7, 1933. 1 child, Adam.
    • father: Eugene Lowenton
    • mother: Rose (Fourman) Lowenton
    • spouse: Kinsey Clymer
    • child: Adam Clymer
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    Born January 7, 1906
    Died March 31, 2001
    (aged 95)
    Nationality
    • 1925
      Barnard College
    • 1927
      University Wisconsin