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Publishing executive

Rosemary Kathleen Adams, Museum publishing executive. Member of American History Association, Organization of America Historians. American Alliance of Museums. publishing consultant, writer, editor. Highly skilled in making scholarly information accessible to a wide audience through exhibitions, books, and magazines. Specialises in 19th-century Chicago women's history and British royal history.

Background

Adams, Rosemary Kathleen was born on July 14, 1965 in Decatur, Georgia.

Education

Bachelor, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, 1987; Master of Arts, DePaul University, Chicago, 2002.

Career

Project editor National Restaurant Association, Chicago, 1987—1990. Director of publications Chicago History Society, since 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) What George Wore and Sally Didn't: Surprising Stories from America's Past. Editor: A Wild Kind of Boldness: A Chicago History Reader, (magazine) Chicago History.

Membership

Member of American History Association, Organization of America Historians.

Connections

Daughter of Kenneth N and Irene Tuttle Adams.

father:
Kenneth N. - American

mother:
Irene T. Adams - American

Brother:
Brian Adams - American - anthropologist , Archeologist

PhD from University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana. Interests include historic preservation.