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Anita Emily Buck, American writer. Named Minnesotan of Year, Minnesota Territorial Pioneers, 2003.

Background

Buck, Anita Emily was born on August 25, 1925 in St. Paul. Daughter of Walter August and Hedwig Emily (Deppe) Albrecht.

Education

Bachelor, Hamline University, 1947.

Career

Secretary, office manager Studebaker Corporation, Minneapolis, 1947—1949. Assistant director Army Service Club, Seoul, 1949—1950, director Camp Atterbury, Indiana, 1951—1952. Director women's program Radio Station WAVN, Stillwater, Minnesota, 1952—1957.

Editor family page Gazette, 1969—1978, freelance columnist, since 1978. Public relations Memorial, Stillwater, 2002. Columnist Courier News, Stillwater, 1988—2009.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Steamboats on the St. Croix, 1990, Jo Rollins & the Stillwater Art Colony, 1997, Behind Barbed Wire - POWS in Minnesota, 1998.

Membership

Member Sesquicentennial Celebration, Stillwater, 2007—2008. Board directors Lakeview Hospital, 1987—1994. Chairman Bi Centennial Celebration, 1996.

Board directors Washington County History, 1977—1997, Carnegie Public Library., Stillwater, 1990—1993, since 2002. Member of Washington County History Society (president 1979-1981), Lakeview Hospital Women's Auxiliary 1961-1962.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, reading, hiking, writing.

Connections

Married Eugene Caleb Buck, January 16, 1954. Children: Carol Marie Buck Cullen, Katherine Jean Buck Beal.

father:
Walter August Albrecht

mother:
Hedwig Emily (Deppe) Albrecht

spouse:
Eugene Caleb Buck

children:
Carol Marie Buck Cullen Buck

Katherine Jean Buck Beal Buck