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Sarajane Archdeacon, American writer, photographer. Gray Lady Red Cross, 1955-1957; leader Campfire Girls, Bel Air, California, 1960-1962.


Archdeacon, Sarajane was born on March 5, 1925 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Spencer and Mary Frances Archdeacon.


Student, University of California at Los Angeles, 1956.


Visiting artist Malgache Academy, Madagascar, 1963-1964.


  • Other Work

    • Writer, photographer Parade, Southern Rhodesia, 1962-1963, Westways, 1964, Transition, Uganda, 1964, Plexus, France, Italy, 1967-1968, Avant Garde, 1969, London Times, 1969, Abu Dhabi Times, 1972-1975, Times of India, 1977, Middle E. Sketch, Beirut, 1972-1974, Shukan Asahi Weekly, Tokyo, 1974, Debonair, 1978-1987. One-woman shows include Paa Ya Paa Gallery, Nairobi, Kenya, 1967, Society Francaise de Photographie, Paris, 1968, archives Bibliotheque National, 1968, Expo 70, Japan, 1970. Translator: Bhagwan Ram's Aughar Vani.

      Special collections 42nd St. Library., New York City, 1994, The Sun, North Carolina, 1993-1999. Film archives Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 2001.


Gray Lady Red Cross, 1955-1957. Leader Campfire Girls, Bel Air, California, 1960-1962.


Spencer Archdeacon

Mary Frances Archdeacon