University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
In 1943 Olga Margaret Gruhzit-Hoyt received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan.
University of London, London, England, United Kingdom
In 1988 Olga Margaret Gruhzit-Hoyt attended the University of London.
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This book discusses the habits and practices of witches and their persecution through the ages. Includes stories of history's more infamous witches.
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This book describes the modern way of life of over 200 Indian tribes in the United States, including their efforts to obtain equal rights and increased government aid.
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This book examines the many forms and appearances of demons throughout history and the world, the charms which call them forth, and the spells that banish them.
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This book tells the stories of vampires in fact and fiction, looks at popular vampire movies, and describes various vampire myths around the world.
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This is the first book of its kind - examining the crucial role these women played in World War II. Here are the intimate accounts of twenty-eight servicewomen, many of whom risked their lives during the war. These and others were the pioneers of what decades later would become the Women's Revolution. Olga Gruhzit-Hoyt contacted hundreds of organizations, veterans groups, and individual women who told their stories in interviews, letters, and accounts written especially for this important book. These women came from farms, universities, small-town America, and big cities.
(Some 10,000 United States women served in the Vietnam War...)
Some 10,000 United States women served in the Vietnam War. Based on interviews with armed forces nurses, Red Cross volunteers and others, the author of They Also Served: American Women in World War II conveys their wartime and postwar experiences.
In 1943 Olga Margaret Gruhzit-Hoyt received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan. From 1979 to 1980 she attended the University of Hawaii and in 1988 the University of London.
After graduation from college, Olga Margaret Gruhzit-Hoyt went to New York City. She held several jobs in journalism, then joined the United States Office of War Information as an assistant news editor. In 1944, she went to Beirut, Lebanon, where she supervised editing of women's material for newspapers and magazines. In 1945, she returned to New York to join Time Magazine as an editorial researcher. Together with her husband, then a foreign correspondent for the Denver Post, traveled extensively in Europe and the Middle East covering news stories, such as the Czechoslovakian Revolution and the Israeli War of Independence.
During the 1950s, Gruhzit-Hoyt was a columnist for the Denver Post, the Colorado Springs Free Press and Time Magazine. While raising a family of three children in New York City, she reviewed children's books for the New York Times, as well as being the editor and researcher for her husband, Edwin P. Hoyt. Gruhzit-Hoyt continued a career as a free lance writer and book reviewer for the New York Times, the Denver Post, Time Magazine, the Baltimore Sun, the Daily Press (Newport News Virginia) and the Gloucester-Mathews Virginia Gazette/Journal.
In addition to her numerous credits as a professional writer, she was an accomplished artist working in oil paints. In 1992, she moved to the Delaware River Valley and took up residence in Delhi, New York. In 1993, she founded and became the first president of the Delaware Art Group. Ms. Gruhzit-Hoyt was an active painter and showed her works widely in the Delaware and Otsego counties in New York, including a one-woman show at the Delaware National Bank of Delhi, and group shows with the Rocksbury Art Group and the Cooperstown Art Association.
At the time of her death, she was at work on a new book that was to be a compilation of oral histories from Vietnam veterans suffering post-traumatic shock disorder.
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(This book tells the stories of vampires in fact and ficti...)1984
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(Some 10,000 United States women served in the Vietnam War...)1999
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On May 24, 1947 Olga Margaret Gruhzit-Hoyt married Edwin Palmer Hoyt, III. In June 1992 they divorced and had three children: Diana, Helga Berliner, Christopher.