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Martha Bowen Webster

Martha Bowen Webster, American writer, artist, poet, historian. Active Texas State History Association; Member National Federation Business Women, Community Artists and Students Association, Art League Galveston, Art League Houston, Poetry Society Texas.

Background

  • Webster, Martha Bowen was born on January 31, 1916 in Galveston, Texas, United States. Daughter of Robert William Senior Bowen and Irma Vashti Hunter Bowen.

  • Education

    • Student, University Texas Medical Branch, 1941. Student, University Houston, 1968. Student, McLennan Community College, 1971.

      Student, University on the Mainland, 1975.

    Career

    • Technician, therapist, secretary, doctor's assistant various hospitals, clinics.

    Works

    • Author, illustrator, public: (history novel) Captured by the Caddoes, 1989, (poetry) Sands of the Hourglass, 1989, The Four Poster Bed, 1989. One-woman shows include galleries in Houston, 1967. Contributor research articles to newspapers.

      Guest columnist Waco Tribune-Herald.

    Membership

    Active Texas State History Association. Member National Federation Business Women, Community Artists and Students Association, Art League Galveston, Art League Houston, Poetry Society Texas.

    Personality

    Interests

    Art, writing, poetry, music, history/research.

    Connections

    • Married Theodore Douglas McMillan, November 3, 1945 (div. February 1970); children: Mary Kathleen, Christian Douglas McMillan. Married Alfred Reginald Webster, November 27, 1974.
    • father: Robert William Senior Bowen
    • mother: Irma Vashti Hunter Bowen
    • spouses: Theodore Douglas McMillan
    • Alfred Reginald Webster
    • children: Mary Kathleen Webster
    • Christian Douglas McMillan Webster
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    Born January 31, 1916
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    • 1941
      University Texas Medical Branch
    • 1968
      University Houston
    • 1971
      McLennan Community College
    • 1975
      University on the Mainland