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Sloan Wilson, American Author, lecturer. Served to Lieutenant United States Coast Guard Reserve, World World War World War II.

Background

Wilson, Sloan was born on May 8, 1920 in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. Son of Albert F. and Ruth (Danenhower) Wilson.

Education

Graduate, Florida Adirondack School, 1938;AB, Harvard, 1942;Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Rollins College, 1982.

Career

Writer, contributor New Yorker and other magazines. With Providence Journal, 1946-1947, Time, Inc., 1947-1949, National Citizens Commission for Public Schools, 1949-1953. Director information services, assistant professor English Buffalo University, 1953-1955.

Assistant director White House Conference on Education, 1955-1956. Lecturer creative writing New York University, 1961—1962. Distinguished writer-in-residence Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, 1981-1982.

Director Winter Park Artists Workshop, 1983-1985. Consultant Philip Crosby Associates, 1984-1987. Lecturer Virginia Commonwealth University, 1990.

Served to lieutenant United States Coast Guard Reserve, World World War II.

Works

Membership

Served to Lieutenant United States Coast Guard Reserve, World World War World War II.

Connections

Married Elise Pickhardt, February 4, 1941 (divorced ). Children: Lisa, Rebecca, David Sloan. Married Betty Stephens.

1 child Jessica.

father:
Albert F. Wilson

mother:
Ruth (Danenhower) Wilson

spouses:
Elise Pickhardt

Betty Stephens

children:
Lisa Wilson

Rebecca Wilson

David Sloan Wilson

Jessica Wilson