US Communist, journalist, author and spy: http://www.whittakerchambers.org/ 1920-1925: Student at Columbia College (Columbia University) – 1922, Editor of The Morningside (now Columbia Review) 1925-1928: Member of the American Workers’ Party and journalist for The Daily Worker newspaper 1931-1932: Editor of The New Masses magazine 1932-1938: Soviet underground spy 1939-1948: Senior editor at TIME magazine 1948-1950: ..
1913 – Born on August 26th in St. Petersburg. Russian writer and editor. 1962 – He was the powerful editor-in-chief of the Moscow weekly Literaturnaya Gazeta for 25 years. – He had loyally served everybody in power from Stalin through Khrushchev to Gorbachev. 1994 – Died on February 17th ..
1759 – Born on March 29th in Aberdeen, Scotland. Scottish editor and biographer. 1797 – Chalmers wrote "Glossary to Shakespeare". 1810 – Chalmers’ "Glossary to Shakespeare" was followed by "The Works of the English Poets from Chaucer to Cowper", a revised and expanded version of Dr. Johnson’s Lives of the Poets. 1812-1817 – Best known ..
1873 – Born on the 7th of December at Back Creek Valley near Winchester, Virginia U.S.A. Willa Sibert Cather was Nebraska’s most noted novelist. 1895 – Cather was graduated from the University of Nebraska. 1901 – She taught English in a Pittsburgh high school in Pennsylvania U.S.A. 1906 – She moved to New York and ..
1927 – Alberto Cavallari was born. Italian journalist and newspaper editor. – Alberto Cavallari, a well-known columnist and former editor of Italy’s biggest-selling newspaper, Corriere della Sera. 1981 – Mr. Cavallari worked as editor of Corriere della Sera, which is based in Milan. 1984 – Became the governor of European Institute for the ..
1925 – Buckley was born in Mexico City on the 24th of November. 1943 – Buckley attended the National Autonomous University of Mexico (or UNAM) and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the US Army the following year 1946-? – CIA employee 1950 – Buckley graduated from Yale ..
1854 – He was born on the 10th of June. – He studied with distinction at New College, Oxford, becoming a Fellow of All Souls College. 1884 – He joined the editorial staff of The Times, and was editor. – He completed William Moneypenny’s Life of Benjamin Disraeli and was an ..
1805 – Born on August 29th in Wythe County, Virginia. American editor of the last pro-Union newspaper in the antebellum South of the United States who served as governor of Tennessee during the early years of Reconstruction. 1826 – He entered the Methodist ministry. 1828 – Moved to Elizabethton, Tennessee and continued his ministerial duties. ..
1803 – Brownson was an adopted orphan, who was raised by impoverished Rural farmers in Stockbridge, Vermont, and educated himself. 1822 Brownson became a Presbyterian. 1824-1926 – He became a Universalist, becoming ordained and preaching in New York and New England. 1932 – He was ordained Unitarian minister. 1836 – He broke from Unitarianism and ..
1922 – Born on February 18th in Green Forest, ARKANSAS. 1959 – Married to David Brown on September 25th. 1962 – Wrote the book, Sex and the Single Girl. 1965 – Became the Editor-in-Chief of Cosmopolitan magazine. 1967-2004 – Wrote the books, Outrageous Opinions of Helen Gurley Brown, Helen Gurley Brown’s Single Girl’s Cookbook, Sex ..