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Edith Begner, American author. Nurse's aide American Red Cross, 1941—1944; Member of Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association.

Background

Begner, Edith was born on March 6, 1918 in New York City. Daughter of Herrman and Anna Elita (Dorfman) Friedman.

Education

Student, Wellesley College, 1936—1937. Student, Columbia University, 1937—1942.

Career

1 son, Thomas Lewis. Sculptor, 1937-1942, exhibited Artists for Victory Exhibition, Metropolitan Museum Art, 1942. Author, since 1943; works include: Just Off Fifth, 1960. Son and Heir, 1961; Red in The Morning, 1963.

A Dark and Lonely Hiding Place 1968. Accident of Birth, 1977. Golden Opportunity, 1980.

Nurse's aide American Red Cross, 1941-1944.

Works

Membership

Nurse's aide American Red Cross, 1941—1944. Member of Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association.

Connections

Married Jacob Anthony Begner, December 22, 1937.

father:
Herrman Friedman

mother:
Anna Elita (Dorfman) Friedman

spouse:
Jacob Anthony Begner