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Mary Ann Marger

Mary Ann Marger, American art critic. Recipient award of Excellence for Print Commentary, Society Professional Journalists, 1992. Member League of Women Voters (vice president 1963).

Background

  • Marger, Mary Ann was born on October 27, 1934 in New York City. Daughter of Herman and Theresa (Teiser) Baum.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts in English, University North Carolina, Greensboro, 1956.

    Career

    • Public relations assistant Pan American World Airways, Cocoa Beach, Florida, 1956. Freelance writer, 1970-1976. Columnist Evening Indiana, St. Petersburg, 1972-1976.

      Correspondent St. Petersburg Times, 1976-1987, art critic, staff writer, since 1987.

    Works

    • Justice at Peachtree
    • When Cary Bowen takes a job with her father's newspaper during her last year of high school, she becomes more aware of the racial prejudice in her small town of Peachtree, S.
    • Winner at the Dub-Dub Club: 2
    • Fifteen-year-old Gary, a fine, untaught tennis player, becomes involved with the countryclub tennis group and the city team and then must choose between them.
    • Author: Winner at the Dub-Dub Club, 1979, Justice at Peachtree, 1980. Contributor articles to various periodicals.

    Membership

    Member League of Women Voters (vice president 1963).

    Connections

    • Married Bruce Marger, February 5, 1956. Children: William Gary, David Scott, Susan M. LeVine.
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    Born October 27, 1934
    • 1956
      University North Carolina
    • 1956
      Public relations assistant, Pan American World Airways
      Cocoa Beach, Florida, United States
    • 1970 - 1976
      freelance writer
    • 1972 - 1976
      columnist Evening Indiana
    • 1976 - 1987
      correspondent St. Petersburg Times