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Margaret Culkin Banning, American author.

Background

Banning, Margaret Culkin was born on March 18, 1891 in Buffalo, Minnesota, United States. Daughter of William Edgar and Hannah Alice (Young) Culkin.

Education

Sacred Heart Academy, Rochester, New York. Vassar College, Bachelor of Arts, 1912. Chicago School of Civics & Philanthropy, 1913.

Russell Sage Foundation (F.) for Research, 1913.

Career

Tr., October 13, 1914. Organized largest Coolidge Club, in Northwest, 1924. Vice president, Hoover Club, 1928.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: This Marrying, 1920, Half Loaves, 1921, Spellbinders, 1922, Country Club People, 1923, A Handmaid of the Lord, 1924, The Women of the Family, 1926, Pressure, 1927, Money of Her Own, 1928, Prelude to Love, 1929, Mixed Marriage, 1930, The Town’s Too Small, 1931, Path of True Love, 1932, The Third Son, 1933, The First Woman, 1934, The Iron Will, 1935, Letters to Susan, 1936, The Case for Chastity, 1937, Too Young to Marry, 1938, Enough to Live On, 1939, Out in Society, 1940, Salud: A South American Journal, 1941, Letters from England, 1942, Conduct Yourself Accordingly, 1944, The Clever Sister, 1947, Give Us Our Years, 1949, Fallen Away, 1951, The Dowry, 1955, The Convert, 1957, Echo Answers, 1960, The Quality of Mercy, 1963, The Vine and the Olive, 1964, I Took My Love to the Country, 1966, Mesabi, 1969, Lifeboat Number Two, 1971, The Will of Magda Townsend, 1973, The Splendid Torments, 1976, A Place in the Country, 1979, Such Interesting People, 1979. Contributor short stories to mags. Writer essays on phases American life and activities.Trustee Duluth (Minnesota) Public Library, National Fund Medical Education, National Health and Welfare Retirement Fund. Honorary member Junior League (Duluth). Member American Association of University Women (ex-president Duluth), League of Women Voters, Authors League American (council 1948-1950), League American Penwomen, P.E.N., Phi Beta Kappa.

Membership

Member of Authors League. League of Women Voters. Phi Beta Kappa; Association of Collegiate Alumnae.

Association for Physically Handicapped. Junior League of American Clubs: Vassar, Business Womens.

  • Member of Authors League. League of Women Voters. Phi Beta Kappa; Assn, of Collegiate Alumnae. Assn, for Physically Handicapped. Junior League of American Clubs: Vassar, Business Womens.

Connections

Married Archibald Tanner Banning, October 13, 1914.; married LeRoy Salsich, November 15, 1944. Children: Mary Margaret, Archibald Tanner, William Culkin (deceased), Margaret Brigid (deceased).

father:
William Edgar Culkin

mother:
Hannah Alice (Young) Culkin

spouses:
Archibald Tanner Banning

LeRoy Salsich

children:
Mary Margaret Banning

Archibald Tanner Banning

William Culkin Banning (deceased)

Margaret Brigid Banning (deceased)