Bachelor, Allegheny College, 1941. Master of Arts in Journalism, University Iowa, 1942.
Part-time reporter, Meadville (Pennsylvania) Tribune, 1938-1941; reporter, Dayton (Ohio) Journal-Herald, 1942-1945; disaster reporter, Eastern Area American Red Cross, Alexandria, Virginia, 1945-1946; assistant press officer, Library. of Congress, Washington, 1946-1951; reporter, Washington Bureau Scripps-Howard Newspapers, 1951-1954; press officer, Library. of Congress, 1954-1969; interpretive projects officer, Library. of Congress, 1969-1977; independent writer, editor, Washington, since 1977. Curator restoration needs exhibition, Library. of Congress, 1980.
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President Dayton Newspaper Guild, 1944-1945. Active Women's National Press Club, National Press Club, since 1954. Member National Museum Women in the Arts, Washington Print Club, Writers Center, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Tau Alpha.