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developer , educator , Media specialist , real estate , writer

Eloise Elizabeth Henkel, American writer, media specialist, educator, real estate developer. Recipient Best Feature Story award Ind.AP Managing Editors, 1971, Best News Story award United Press International Managing Editors (Indiana), 1971, Stick-O-Type award for best feature story Chicago Newspaper Guild, 1972. Member Young Women’s Christian Association, Young Men’s Christian Association; Club: Overseas Press.

Background

Henkel, Eloise Elizabeth was born on April 23, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Milford Franklin and Eloise Elizabeth (Lewis) H. BSin Journalism, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1944.

Education

Master of Arts in English, University of Chicago, 1964. Reporter, Battle Creek Enquirer-News (Michigan), 1944-1945. Public relations writer Office of Military Government United States, Berlin, 1946-1947.

Reporter, rewriter Uttar Pradesh, Chicago and Omaha, 1948. Correspondent Women's News Service, Paris, 1949. Public relations officer International Refugee Organisation, Bremen, Federal Republic Germany, 1950-1951.

Foreign correspondent Worldwide Press Service, Europe, North Africa, Near East., 1952-1954. Test constructor Navy Project University of Chicago, 1955. Freelance writer, India, Afghanistan, 1956-1958, Tibet, China, 1983.

Teacher English Chicago Board Education, 1959-1966, 72-75, 84-94. Freelance correspondent, Vietnam, 1967-1969. Reporter Hammond Times (Indiana), 1971-1972.

Media specialist University of Chicago, 1976-1979, Illinois Institute Technology, Chicago, 1980. Developer Rainbow Condominium Association, Chicago, 1981-1982, Hollywood Condominium Association, Chicago, 1987-1989.

Career

Reporter Battle Creek Enquirer-News, Michigan, 1944—1945. Public relations writer Office Military Government United States, Berlin, 1946—1947. Reporter, rewriter Uttar Pradesh, Chicago, Omaha, 1948.

Correspondent Women's News Service, Paris, 1949. Public relations officer International Refugee Organization, Bremen, Germany, 1950—1951. Foreign correspondent Worldwide Press Service, South Africa, 1952—1954.

Test constructor Navy Project University Chicago, 1955. Freelance writer India, Afghanistan, 1956—1958, Tibet, China, 1983. Teacher, English Chicago Board Education, 1959—1966, 1972—1975, 1984—1994.

Freelance correspondent Vietnam, 1967—1969. Reporter Hammond Times, Indiana, 1971—1972. Media specialist University Chicago, 1976—1979, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 1980.

Developer Rainbow Condominium Association, 1981—1982, Hollywood Condominium Association, Chicago, 1987—1989.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author (with Dick Jones): How to Save Money in Paris, 1950.

Membership

Member of Young Men’s Christian Association, United States China Peoples Friendship Association Quaker, Young Women’s Christian Association, Overseas Press Club.

Connections

father:
Milford Franklin Journalism

mother:
Eloise Elizabeth (Lewis) H. BSin Journalism