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Nancy Ballard Frank

Nancy Ballard Frank, American editor, artist. Docent National Portrait Gallery, Washington, 1972-1974; exhibit chairman History Society Princeton, New Jersey, 1976-1980; duplicating, monitoring Recording for Blind, Princeton, 1975-1991; curator photo archives Russell Vermontiana Collection, Arlington, Vermont, since 1987. Member Arts & Crafts Association of Rossmoor (board directors, correspondent secretary since 1995).

Background

  • Frank, Nancy Ballard was born on June 28, 1919 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Harold Lyman and Aline Morley (Smith) Ballard.

  • Education

    • Student, Smith College, 1940. Student, Vogue/Ray School Interior Decorating, 1941. Student, Princeton University, 1977.

    Works

    • Editor: Arlington Along the Battenkill: Its Pictured Past, 1993 (American Association State & Local History Commendation certified, Vermont History Society Merit award 1994). Exhibited in group shows at Southern Vermont Art Center, since 1987. Represented in private collections.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Docent National Portrait Gallery, Washington, 1972-1974. Exhibit chairman History Society Princeton, New Jersey, 1976-1980. Duplicating, monitoring Recording for Blind, Princeton, 1975-1991.

    Curator photo archives Russell Vermontiana Collection, Arlington, Vermont, since 1987. Member Arts & Crafts Association of Rossmoor (board directors, correspondent secretary since 1995).

    Personality

    Interests

    Walking, gardening, painting, canoeing.

    Connections

    • Married Albert Eugene Frank, May 25, 1942. Children: Chana, Robert Worth, Nancy Frank Brewster, Morley Frank Panyko.
    • father: Harold Lyman Ballard
    • mother: Aline Morley (Smith) Ballard
    • spouse: Albert Eugene Frank
    • children: Chana Frank
    • Robert Worth Frank
    • Nancy Frank Brewster Frank
    • Morley Frank Panyko Frank
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    Nationality
    • 1940
      Smith College
    • 1941
      Vogue/Ray School Interior Decorating
    • 1977
      Princeton University