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Betty Winn Hamilton Fuller Edit Profile

Editor , writer

Betty Winn Hamilton Fuller was American editor, writer. Recipient Educational Journalism award, EdPress, 1982.

Background

Fuller, Betty Winn Hamilton was born on February 23, 1926 in Covington, Kentucky, United States. Daughter of Jefferson Ogden and Elizabeth Ann (Winn) Hamilton.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Cincinnati, 1948. Master of Science, Butler University, 1977.

Career

Children's library assistant Carmel Public Library., Indiana, 1973—1979. Free-lance writer Indianapolis.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (health and education) Children's Better Health Institute, Benjamin Franklin Library and Medical Society, Incorporated, 1979-1987, Jack and Jill Magazine, Humpty Dumpty Magazine, Turtle Magazine, Child Life Magazine, Children's Digest Magazine, Children's Playmate Magazine. Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Secretary Childrens. Bureau Auxiliary, Indianapolis, Boys Club Auxiliary, Indianapolis, 1964. President Ladywood Mothers Club, 1966, St. Pius X Womens Club, Indianapolis, 1958. Former board directors St. Luke Catholic School Board, Indianapolis Public School Advisory Council, Friends Carmel Library.

Member of Society Children's Book Writers, America, Daughters of the American Revolution (regent 1976-1978, secretary 1984-1986), Harbour Trees Golf Club.

Connections

Married Samuel Ashby Fuller, June 10, 1948. Children: Mary Cheryl Fuller Hargrove, Karen Elizabeth Fuller Wolfe, Deborah Ruth.

father:
Jefferson Ogden Hamilton

mother:
Elizabeth Ann (Winn) Hamilton

spouse:
Samuel Ashby Fuller

children:
Mary Cheryl Fuller Hargrove Fuller

Karen Elizabeth Fuller Wolfe Fuller

Deborah Ruth Fuller