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Joanna Burbank Craig

Historic site director

Joanna Burbank Craig, American historic site director.

Background

Craig, Joanna Burbank was born on February 21, 1942 in New York City. Daughter of Robert DuBose and Jane (Maroney) Burbank.

Education

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, Bennett Junior College, Millbrook, New York, 1962. Bachelor in Psychology, University South Carolina, 1982.

Career

Assistant to public relations director The New Yorker Magazine, New York City, 1963-1968. Co-owner The Corner Bookstore, Camden, South Carolina, 1975-1980. Managing editor Sporting Classics Magazine, 1982-1987.

President Craig & Vartorella, Inc., since 1987. Director History Camden Revolutionary War Site, since 1989.

Works

  • Editor: The Decorative Arts of Camden and Kershaw County, 1988 (Gold Addy 1988, Mead Top 60 award 1988).

Membership

Commission City of Camden Planning Communications, since 1992, Olde English District, Chester, South Carolina, 1993. Board directors Kershaw County Accomodation Tax Communications, Camden, 1992-1995, Camden Main St., 1991-1995. Member Kershaw County League of Women Voters, Camden, 1994-1997.

Board member, past president Kershaw County History Society, since 1980. Member American Association Museum, American Association State and Local History, Southeast Museum Conference, Rotary.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Swimming, walking, touring historical sites, global travel, volunteering.

Connections

Married Douglas Wheelock Craig, October 30, 1965 (divorced). 1 child, Megan Southard.