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Priscilla Langford Buckley Edit Profile

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Priscilla Langford Buckley, American Magazine editors Member Cosmopolitan Club, Sharon Country Club (Connecticut, secretary 1973-1977, president 1978-1980, 94-95).

Background

Buckley, Priscilla Langford was born on October 17, 1921 in New York City. Daughter of William Frank and Aloise (Steiner) Buckley.

Education

She graduated with a degree in history in 1943 from Smith College where one of her best friends was feminist Betty Friedan.

Career

Copy girl, sports writer, Uttar Pradesh, New York City, 1944;radio rewrite staff member, U.P., 1944-1947;correspondent, U.P., Paris, France, 1953-1956;news editor, Station WACA, Camden, South Carolina., 1947-1948;reports officer, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, 1951-1953;with, National Review Magazine, New York City, since 1956;managing editor, National Review Magazine, 1959-1986;senior editor, National Review Magazine, since 1986. Member United States Advisory Commission Public Diplomacy, 1984-1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: The Joys of National Review, 1995. Columnist One Woman's Voice Syndicate, 1976-1980. Author: String of Pearls, On the Newsbeat in New York and Paris, 2001.

Membership

Member Cosmopolitan Club, Sharon Country Club (Connecticut, secretary 1973-1977, president 1978-1980, 94-95).

Connections

father:
William Frank Buckley

mother:
Aloise (Steiner) Buckley