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consultant , freelance writer

Edward Whaley Seabrook Hull, American freelance writer, consultant. Decorated Air medal; fellow Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1970-1971. 1st lieutenant United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1942-1945, PTO. Member Nature Conservancy, Appalachian Trail Conference, Wilson Center Associates (associate), National Press Club (Washington), Poetry Society of South Carolina (executive board 1994-1996 director 1994-1996).

Background

Hull, Edward Whaley Seabrook was born on March 10, 1923 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Edward Seabrook III and Hortense Carver (Marshall) Hull.

Education

Student, Union College, Schenectady, 1942. Master Marine Affairs, University Rhode Island, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Marine Science, University South Carolina, 1987.

Career

Chief copy boy, Times-Herald, Washington, 1947;correspondent Washington Bureau,, McGraw-Hill, 1948-1951;editor, Whaley-Eaton Foreign Letter, Washington, 1951-1953;bureau chief, McGraw-Hill World News, London, 1954-1956;associate editor, Missiles & Rockets magazine, Washington, 1956-1958;eastern representative, Diversey Engineering, Inc., Washington, 1958-1960;editor, president, director, Nautilus Press, Inc., Washington, 1960-1973;president, director, Intel, Inc., Washington, 1964-1967;editor, public, Geo-Marine Technology, 1964-1967;editor, public, Geo Marine Technology, Washington, 1964-1967;consultant, Washington, South Carolina., 1969-1985;freelance writer,, Yonges Island, South Carolina., since 1987. Director South Carolina. Writers Workshop, Columbia and Charleston, 1991-1992.

Achievements

  • Avocations: photography, canoeing, woodworking, fishing, orchids.

Membership

First lieutenant United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1942-1945, PTO. Member Nature Conservancy, Appalachian Trail Conference, Wilson Center Associations(associate), National Press Club (Washington), Poetry Society of South Carolina. (Executive Board 1994-1996 director 1994-1996).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography, canoeing, woodworking, fishing, orchids.

Connections

Married Nellie Phinizy Fortson, June 25, 1944. Children: Edward, John, Thomas, Nellie Phinizy Hull Price.

father:
Edward Seabrook III Hull

mother:
Hortense Carver (Marshall) Hull

spouse:
Nellie Phinizy Fortson

children:
Edward Hull

John Hull

Thomas Hull

Nellie Phinizy Hull Price Hull