WALDRON, ANN WOOD, 1924-2010

Biography:

Journalist. Born– December 14, 1924, in Birmingham, Ala. Parents– Earl Watson and Elizabeth (Roberts) Wood. Married– Martin O. Waldron, October 18, 1947. Children– Four. Education– University of Alabama, A.B., 1945; Princeton University, graduate study. Reporter, Atlanta Constitution, 1945-1947; feature writer/reporter, Tampa Tribune, 1957-1960; weekly columnist and correspondent, St. Petersburg Times, 1960-1965; book editor, Houston Chronicle, 1970-1975. Public relations representative, Princeton University, 1975-89. Published book reviews and articles in Publishers Weekly, Nation and Science Digest. Awarded Notable Book Citation from American Library Association; Best Book Citation from Child Study Association; Notable Book for Social Studies Citation from Children’s Book Council.  Died July 2, 2010.

Source:

Contemporary Authors Online. 

Publication(s):

The Blueberry Collection. New York; Dutton, 1981.

Claude Monet. New York; Abrams, 1991.

Close Connections, Caroline Gordon and the Southern Renaissance. New York; Putnam, 1987.

The French Detection. New York; Dutton, 1979.

The House on Pendleton Block. New York; Hastings House, 1975.

The Integration of Mary Larking Thornhill. New York; Dutton, 1975.

The Luckie Star. New York; Dutton, 1977.

Scaredy Cat. New York; Dutton, 1978.

True or False?; Amazing Art Forgeries. New York; Hastings House, 1983.

Joint Publication(s):

Your Florida Government. Tallahassee University of Florida Presses, 1965.