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newspaper columnist and viticulturist

Philip Marshall Wagner, American writer. Maintains an experimental vineyard and nursery devoted to adaptation of wine grapes to American conditions. Named officier Ordre du Merite Agricole (France). Member New York Fruit Testing Cooperative Association Clubs: National Press (Washington), Overseas Writers (Washington); Hamilton St. (Baltimore).

Background

Wagner, Philip Marshall was born on February 18, 1904 in New Haven. Son of Charles Philip and Ruth (Kenyon) Wagner.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1925.

Career

With publicity department, General Electric Company, Schenectady, 1925-1930;editorial writer, Baltimore Evening Sun, 1930-1936;London correspondent, Baltimore Sun, 1936-1937;editor, Evening Sun, 1938-1943;editor, Baltimore Sun, 1943-1964;writer syndicated newspaper column, since 1964. Lecturer University of California, 1961, 64. American delegate Federation Nationale de la Viticulture Nouvelle.

Achievements

  • Maintains an experimental vineyard and nursery devoted to adaptation of wine grapes to American conditions M C.

Works

Membership

Member New York Fruit Testing Cooperative Association Clubs: National Press (Washington), Overseas Writers (Washington). Hamilton St. (Baltimore).

Connections

Married Helen Crocker, April 16, 1925. Children: Susan, Philip. Married Jocelyn McDonough, September 4, 1940.

father:
Charles Philip Wagner

mother:
Ruth (Kenyon) Wagner

spouse:
Helen Crocker

spouse:
Jocelyn McDonough

child:
Susan Wagner

child:
Philip Wagner