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Janet Marshall Victor Edit Profile

Editor

Janet Marshall Victor, American Editor.

Background

Victor, Janet Marshall was born on January 27, 1914 in Wichita, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Clifford Ormond and Claribel (Macomber) Bentley.

Education

Associate of Arts, Compton College, 1934. Bachelor, Whittier College, 1936. Master of Science in liberal studies, Whittier College, 1938.

Career

Society editor, reporter, Bell Industrial Post, California, 1930-1936; assistant branch librarian, head book reviewer, Los Angeles County Library, 1930-1941; proprietor various photographic studios, also teacher, 1942-1951; founder, Rangefinder Magazine also editor, public, Rangefinder Magazine, Los Angeles, 1952-1979; founder, Photography Today, 1980-1988. Lecturer on personal color harmony. Instructor Los Angeles Institute Photographic Art, 1948-1949.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Recipient Achievement awards Professional Photographers American, Incorporated). Contributor articles to photograph journals.

Membership

Member California Polytechnic Institute Foundation, since 1987, Los Angeles Press Club 8 Ball Foundation, since 1954, Los Angeles Museum Art, since 1971. Member Montana Photographers Association, Professional Photographers California, Professional Photographers West (executive manager), American Society Magazine Photographers, Industrial Photographers Southern California, Greater Los Angeles Press Club, Western Publications Association, others.

Connections

Married Donald C. Victor, October 22, 1961.

father:
Clifford Ormond Bentley

mother:
Claribel (Macomber) Bentley

spouse:
Donald C. Victor