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Shirley Goodwin Bolinger

Shirley Goodwin Bolinger was American librarian. Member of Friends of Kennedy Center, National Trust Historic Preservation, Smithsonian Associate, Antique Porcelain Society Washington (founder), National Symphony Orchestra (women's committee), Junior League Washington, Ceramic Circle, Neighbors Club (Arlington), Farmington Country Club (Charlottesville, Virginia), Kappa Kappa Gamma.

Background

  • Bolinger, Shirley Goodwin was born on July 11, 1907 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Daughter of Ervin Shirley and Eda (Hague) Goodwin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Library Science, University Washington, 1931.

    Career

    • Library. elementary schools, Arlington, Virginia, 1972. Member board, vice president Seattle Young Women’s Christian Association, 1947—1949. Board member Travelers Aid Society, Tacoma, 1940—1941, District of Columbia, 1958—1959.

      Member board Washington Home for Incurables, 1952—1959, Rock Spring Garden Club, Arlington, 1952—1958.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member of Friends of Kennedy Center, National Trust Historic Preservation, Smithsonian Associate, Antique Porcelain Society Washington (founder), National Symphony Orchestra (women's committee), Junior League Washington, Ceramic Circle, Neighbors Club (Arlington), Farmington Country Club (Charlottesville, Virginia), Kappa Kappa Gamma.

    Connections

    • Married John Randolph Bolinger, February 20, 1932. 1 child Ervin Michael.
    • father: Ervin Shirley Goodwin
    • mother: Eda (Hague) Goodwin
    • spouse: John Randolph Bolinger
    • child: Ervin Michael Bolinger
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    Nationality
    • 1931
      University Washington
    • 1972
      Library elementary schools
      Arlington, Virginia, United States