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Gladys Hasty Carroll

Gladys Hasty Carroll, American author. Recipient Deborah Morton award Westbrook, College, 1987, Maryann Hartmann award University Maine, Orono, 1995. adjunct professor various doctoral committees; founder Dunnybrook History Foundation, 1985. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Carroll, Gladys Hasty was born on June 26, 1904 in Rochester, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Warren Verdi and Emma Frances (Dow) Hasty.

  • Education

    • AB, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1925. Doctor of Letters, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1945. AM (honorary), University New Hampshire, 1934.

      Doctor of Letters, University Maine, 1939. Doctor of Humane Letters, Nasson College, 1975.

    Works

    • The Road Grows Strange
    • SYNOPSIS: "Life is the same everywhere - kids are on the loose, trying to prove to themselves and the world two things - that they're not homosexuals and that they don't need and can't use any help or advice from anybody older than they are.
    • The Light Here Kindled
    • Here is a novel covering, in literary montage, the drama of a disillusioned newspaperman, the girl in revolt against her family and a GI fighting a strange, frustrating war far from home.
    • Next of Kin
    • STATED 1ST EDITION EX LIBRARY THAT HAS NEVER BEEN READ OR OPENED! EASILY COULD LIST AS NEW - MANY PHOTOS ATTACHED! SHIPS SAME DAY WITH TRACKING NUMBER!wdshf
    • Unless You Die Young
    • This is a novel that speaks for the rich and invaluable experience gained through everyday living, for many rewards and assets accumulated along the way.

    Membership

    Adjunct professor various doctoral committees. Founder Dunnybrook History Foundation, 1985. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • Married Herbert A. Carroll, June 23, 1925. Children: Warren Hasty Carroll, Sarah Carroll Watson.
    • father: Warren Verdi Hasty
    • mother: Emma Frances (Dow) Hasty
    • spouse: Herbert A. Carroll
    • children: Warren Hasty Carroll
    • Sarah Carroll Watson Carroll
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    Died April 1, 1999
    (aged 94)
    Nationality
    • 1925
      Bates College
    • 1945
      Bates College
    • 1934
      University New Hampshire
    • 1939
      University Maine
    • 1975
      Nasson College