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Christopher Wilmoth Milne

Christopher Wilmoth Milne, American photographer, journalist, educator. Achievements include one of three official news photographers on Robert F. Kennedy funeral train.


  • Milne, Christopher Wilmoth was born on June 6, 1934 in New York City. Son of C. Lee Wilmoth and Helen Milne.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Geneva College, 1956. Postgraduate, University Pittsburgh, 1957—1959. Postgraduate, Boston University, 1968.

      Postgraduate, University Florida, 1984. Postgraduate, Wheaton College, 1988. Studied color photography, Roman Vishniak, Montreal, 1973.

      Master of Science in Journalism and Multimedia Arts, Duquesne University, 2009.


    • Writer United States Steel, Pittsburgh, 1957-1961. Owner Interprel Corporation, since 1961. Photographer Robert F. Kennedy Funeral Train, 1968.

      Writer, correspondent United Press International, Washington, 1968—1994. Public, editor Eastern Shore Echo, Halifax, 1976-1977. Founder Marine Gallery and Museum, Canada, 1978.

      Instructor various colleges, since 1988. Publication Safe Harbour Press, Crescent, Pennsylvania, since 1989. Chief Executive Officer, Milne Institute, since 1999.

      Special investigator Scranton commission investigating killings Kent State University, 1971. Member society professional journalists speaker's bureau Ethics in Journalism.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include one of three official news photographers on Robert F. Kennedy funeral train.


    • Editor: ready reckoner Stations of Pennsylvania, 1967. Author: Ethics for Journalists, 2000. Contributor articles & photographs to Official Railway Guide, 1978-1979.

      Photographer traveling exhibit A Brutal Season, Northern Ireland, since 1988, When Trains Were King, since 1992. Assistant editor Canada National Rlwys., 1978.

      Official photographer CPR, 1974.


    Counselor House Trailer Committee on Aging, 1970. Special investigator Agency for Social Concerns of United Methodist Church, 1970. Member Sons of the American Revolution, National Geography Society (life), Society Professional Journalists, Train Collectors Association, Professional Photographers American, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation (docent), Scottish Rite Masonic Orders.


    • Married Vesta Seymour Fulton, January 6, 1999. Children: Bruce, Milne, Geoffrey, David, James, Kevin.
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    Born June 6, 1934
    • 1956
      Geneva College
    • 1968
      Boston University
    • 1984
      University Florida
    • 1988
      Wheaton College
    • 1973
      Roman Vishniak
    • 2009
      Duquesne University
    • 1957 - 1961
      Writer, United States Steel
      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
    • 1961
      owner Interprel Corporation
    • 1968 - 1994
      Washington, United States
    • 1968
      photographer Robert F. Kennedy Funeral Train
    • 1976 - 1977
      Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Nova Scotia, Canada
    • 1978
      founder Marine Gallery and Museum
    • 1988
      instructor, various colleges
    • 1989
      publication Safe Harbour Press
      Crescent, Oregon, United States
    • 1999
      Chief Executive Officer
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