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historian

Ann Martin Worster, American historian. Volunteer Berkeley Architectural Heritage, California, 1972—1980; docent Victoria Mansion, Portland, Maine, 1998—1999; delegate Democratic State Convention, 2004; Member of National Trust, American Association Museums, Colonial Dames (chair history activities 2005).

Background

Worster, Ann Martin was born on April 24, 1937 in Brulington, Vermont, United States. Daughter of Raymond George and Lucille Worster.

Education

Bachelor, Colby College, 1959.

Career

Assistant archivist Library. Congress, Washington, 1959—1961. Teacher American History, Swansboro High School, North Carolina, 1961—1962.

Chairperson Berkeley Landmarks Commission, California, 1975—1978. Director public programs San Francisco Maritime Museum, 1986—1989. Intern coordinator Maine History Society, Portland, 1998—2000.

Secretary Berkeley Architectural Association, California, 1970—1975. Teacher continuing education University Southern Maine, Portland, 2003. Board manager Tate House Museum, Portland, Maine, since 2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Ruby. An Ordinary Woman, 1995.

Membership

Volunteer Berkeley Architectural Heritage, California, 1972—1980. Docent Victoria Mansion, Portland, Maine, 1998—1999. Delegate Democratic State Convention, 2004.

Member of National Trust, American Association Museums, Colonial Dames (chair history activities 2005).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Antiques.

Connections

Married David Alden Concepcion, December 3, 1960 (deceased ). Children: Leslie M. Mayns, David W. Concepcion.

father:
Raymond George

mother:
Lucille Worster

spouse:
David Alden Concepcion

children:
David W. Concepcion Worster

Leslie M. Mayns Worster