Helen-Anne Hilker, American journalist. Recipient 1st prize Allegheny Literature Magazine, 1937, Ohio Newspaper Women's Association, 1945, Educational Press Association American, 1965, Federal Editors Association Blue Pencil awards, 1973; recipient citation, Society Technology Communicators, 1973; recipient several other awards for writing and editing.
Part-time reporter Meadville (Pennsylvania) Tribune, 1938-1941. Reporter Dayton (Ohio) Journal-Herald, 1942-1945. Disaster reporter Eastern Area American Red Cross, Alexandria, Virginia, 1945-1946.
Assistant press officer Library. of Congress, Washington, 1946-1951. Reporter Washington Bureau Scripps-Howard Newspapers, 1951-1954. Press officer Library. of Congress, 1954-1969, interpretive projects officer, 1969-1977.
Independent writer, editor Washington, from 1977. Curator restoration needs exhibition, Library. of Congress, 1980.
- Ten First Street, Southeast; Congress Builds a Library, 1886-1897
- An exhibition in the Great Hall and on the Second Floor of the Thomas Jefferson Building.
- Ten First Street, Southeast: Congress builds a library, 1886-1897 : an exhibition in the Great Hall and on the second floor of the Thomas Jefferson ... from December 23, 1980, to December 7, 1981
- Ten First Street, Southeast: Congress Builds A Library, 1886-1897, by Hilker, Helen-Anne
Born July 5, 1920
1938 - 1941
1942 - 1945
1945 - 1946
1946 - 1951
1951 - 1954
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