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James Daniel

curator , writer

James Daniel, American curator, writer. Member of Harvard (New York City).

Background

Daniel, James was born on June 6, 1916 in Davidson County, North Carolina, United States. Son of James Manly and Bert (Fletcher) Daniel.

Education

Bachelor of Arts North Carolina, 1937. Nieman fellow, Harvard, 1943.

Career

Reporter Raleigh (North Carolina) News & Observer, 1937-1940, Washington Daily News, 1941, city editor, 1946-1947. With Office War Information, China, 1943-1945. Washington correspondent Scripps-Howard Papers, 1948-1956.

Contributing editor Time magazine, 1957-1960. Roving editor Reader's Digest, 1961-1981. President Healing Springs Properties, Inc.

Curator Weston (Connecticut) Town Hall Art Collection, from 1992.

Works

book Strike In The West The Complete Story Of The Cuban Crisis book Strike in the West,: The complete story of the Cuban crisis, book Private Investment: the Key to International Industrial Development; a Report of the San Francisco Conference, October 14-18, 1957, Sponsored by Time-Life International and Stanford Research Institute. Editor: James Daniel

Membership

Member of Harvard (New York City).

Connections

Married Ramona Teijeiro, April 15, 1939 (deceased May 2000). Children: Jane Clare, Ramona Nina.

father:
James Manly Daniel

mother:
Bert (Fletcher) Daniel

spouse:
Ramona Teijeiro

children:
Jane Clare Daniel

Ramona Nina Daniel