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artist , writer

Phyllis McQueen Smith, Canadian, American writer, artist. Recipient Certified of award, OPA, 1946, Excellence in Feature Writing award, Whidbey Island Record, 1948, Best Watercolor award, 1976, Best Column, State Weeklies, 1961, 1966. President Seattle Co-Arts; Member of Women in Communications, Theta Sigma Phi.

Background

Smith, Phyllis McQueen was born on January 22, 1912 in Kaslo, British Columbia. Arrived in United States, 1929. Daughter of Alfred and Eleanor Margaret (McCallum) McQueen.

Education

Bachelor, Washington State University, 1934.

Career

Secretary to publicist Farm Credit Administration, Spokane, Washington, 1934—1935. Publicist Boeing Aircraft Company, Seattle, 1937—1939. Co-public Whidbey Press, Oak Harbor, 1939—1965.

Works

Membership

President Seattle Co-Arts. Member of Women in Communications, Theta Sigma Phi.

Connections

Married Albert Glenn Smith, June 25, 1934. Children: Glenn McQueen, Shelley Louise, Craig Warren.

father:
Alfred McQueen

mother:
Eleanor Margaret (McCallum) McQueen

spouse:
Albert Glenn Smith

children:
Glenn McQueen Smith

Shelley Louise Smith

Craig Warren Smith