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Isabel Winifred Koehler

Isabel Winifred Koehler, American poet, artist. Named Bouquets of Poems, American Biographical Institute, North Carolina; recipient First Place award, Everett Bicentennial Arts Exhibit, 1976, awards in landscape oil, 1981, Merit award, University Arti, Italy, 1982.

Background

  • Koehler, Isabel Winifred was born on February 5, 1903 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of George Wallace and Mary Elizabeth (Strout) Goodwin.

  • Works

    • Contributor articles to daily esteem, poems to anthologies. Exhibitions include numerous galleries, festivals, annual exhibitions. Author: Bouquets of Poems, 1974, Versified Variety, 1978.

    Membership

    Member of Leonardo de Vinci Accademia (vice president since 1982, honorary representative, Commemorative medal 1973, Gold medal 1976, Poet of Month award 1980, Poet Laureate award 1980, Honorary award 1982), Center Studi e Scambi Internazionali (Silver medal 1975, Gold medal 1976, Recognition award 1983, Star of Contemporary Poetry award 1984), Old Boston Society Indiana Artists, Everett Art Association, New York Poetry Forum, International Poetry Society, New England Women's Press Association, Massachusetts Poetry Society, American Biographical Institute Research Association (associate), Agnes Carr Writers Club (president, executive board).

    Connections

    • Married Frederick Mills Koehler, April 16, 1925. 1 child Alden Goodwin.
    • father: George Wallace Goodwin
    • mother: Mary Elizabeth (Strout) Goodwin
    • spouse: Frederick Mills Koehler
    • child: Alden Goodwin Koehler
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